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The word 'Sun'
in all languages of the world

A man has originated from the territory of the Central Africa and began to settle in Asia and Europe first, then around the world. Some prominent linguists espouse this hypothesis. The genetic researches evidence the same point of view.
The peoples  settling over the world - enlarge in the new window! To test this hypothesis we can collect all translations of any significant (for ancient man) word from different languages and group them in the case of similarity. At first I have decided to analyze the word 'sun'. The tree of languages - enlarge in the new window!
However the list below cannot definitely confirm this hypothesis (in some languages the word 'sun' in no way resembles with the surrounding languages). I do not know how to explain this.
May be firstly a man had settled around the world and later he acquired the articulate speach... May be in some languages the designation of our luminary was changed several times... Besides there were neanderthals in Europe...
May be I should make not a table but a tree...
Language families on the world map - enlarge in the new window!
Perhaps the word 'sun' is not the best choice for this research because in many peoples they consider our luminary as a God, a Deity.
A lot of questions are araised.
I study this and feel myself as a fool (I can say without false modesty - as an idiot)...
As the data increase I feel I have to abandon the attempts to confirm any hypothesis of languages origin. Let it be as a simple List.
And that will be the List for the 43-rd issue of the 'Idiot' magazine! The list will be extended and corrected (your help is welcome). The languages in the list are arranged by the sound similarity (in the end of the list there is not any similarity).
Perhaps I have to make the list where the languages are arranged in alphabetical list to simplify the search of required language.
The translations are given in transliteration (in the way we hear it).

Slava Novikov
the sun


 
l a n g u a g e s :
n o t e s:
soLigurian
(Liguru, Ligure, Zeneize) - one of the Gallic-Italian languages, used on Northwest of Italy in Liguria province. That was an ancient language, spoken by the population of Northwest of Italy and Southwest of France in Pre-Roman era.
solLatin
(ancient)
solOld Icelandic language
the language of West Scandinavian subgroup of German languages, used until the middle of XIV c. by immigrants from modern Norway (the Vikings), which settled Island.
solOld Swedish
solOld Danish
solAsturian
(asturianu, bable) - romanic language, belongs to iberian-romanic subgroup of Roman group of languages (Spain, Portugal)
solAragonese language
is a Romance language, that was spoken on the territory of Aragon Kingdom in Spain
solGalician
(Galego), Iberian-romanic subgroup of Roman group of languages (Spain)
solDanish
solIcelandic
(islenska) - the language of Icelanders (Scandinavian group of German languages).
solSpanish
solCatalan
the language (self-name: catal) belongs to occitan-romanian subgroup of roman languages of Indo-European family.
solCastilian
(Spain, Andorra)
solLadino
(self-name: Lingaz ladin) belongs to retoroman subgroup roman group Indoeuropian language family. Alternative name is Sephardic or Judeo-Spanish colloquial and written language of Spanish Jews. The endangered language.
solMirandese
(self-name: mirands lhngua mirandesa) - Romanic language, spoken by the people of small territory in North-East Portugal
sol, solaNorwegian
sol, sulPiedmont (Piemontese)
Language spoken in Piedmont, region in the Northwest of Italy.
solPortuguese
Romance; Indo-European; Europe
solFaroe
(self-name: Foroyskt mal) language of Freres, that inhabit the Faroe Islands (an autonomous region of Denmark). Descendant language of Normanns (immigrants from the South-West Norway).
solSwedish
language of east subgroup of scandinavian group, spoken in Sweden, some part of Finland and on autonomous Aland islands.
solExtremaduran
Ibero-romanic dialect, spoken on south-west Spain
solNones
Nones is a dialect named after and spoken in the Non Valley in Trentino, northern Italy.
soleVenetian
Self-name: Veneto. There are two unrelated Venetian languages, both associated with the Veneto region on North-East of Italy. Venetian language is an ancient language of Venet tribe, representing separate branch of Indo-European languages (ousted by Latin language)
soleItalian
soleNeapolitan
Dialect of Italian language
soleMaceratese
an Italian dialect
soleNeapolitan-Calabrian
South dialect of Italian language, spoken in Naples region and in Northern Caliber.
soleNorman
(France - Great Britain)
soleNynorsk
a variant of Norwegian language
soleSardinian
Self-name: Sardu. Sardinian language aroused from Latin dialects, spoken on Sardinia. (Romance; Indo-European; Europe)
sole (fr.)Jerriais
(or Jersey French) is the form of the Norman language spoken in Jersey, in the Channel Islands, off the coast of France.
soleaWalloon
One of the Belgium languages (the Roman group), spoken in Belgium (Wallonia region), in France (the Ardennes department and some villages of Nor department)
soilGothic
soleil [solEj]French
soleilCajun French
A French dialect, spoken mainly in Louisiana, USA)
solelyFranco-Provencal
(Arpitan language) - Romanic language (Gallo-Roman subgroup), south-east France, Roman Switzerland and north-west Italy
solelhOccitan
a Romance language (or - Provencal) the language of indigenous population of Occitania (the South of Franca), and some neighboring regions of Spain and Italy. It is divided into Northern-Occitan (Limousin, Auvergnat, Provencal alpin) and southern-Occitan (Languedocian, Provencal, Gascon, Nicois). Catalan is the closest relative of modern Occitan.
solelChti (or Patois)
This is the variety of Picard which is spoken in northern France, in Nord-Pas-de-Calais. Picard is a regional language spoken in northern France and also in Belgium, by a total of about 500,000 speakers.
solenDanish
solenNorsk (bokmal)
Self-name: Norsk (Norway). There are two official forms of Norwegian language now - bokmal and nynorsk
solaNorwegian
(nynorsk)
soliCorsican
(Self-names: Corsu, Corso, Corse, Corsi) - a dialect of Italian language. Corsica (France) and the North of Sardinia.
soloPapiamentu
Own language for most population of Aruba and Dutch Antilles: Bonaire and Cure; Creol language, that has mixture of spanish, portuguese, french, english and dutch words
zon, zoonDutch
Northern Europe
zonWest Vlaams language
Self-name: Vlaemsch. In the north part of Belgium and in Nor department in France.
zon (zun, zwn)Yiddish
(Hebrew) Juwish language of German group, historically main language of Ashkenazi, that was spoken at the beginning of XX century about 11 mln. of Jews in all over the world.
zonLimburgish
(self-name: Limburgs) West Germanic language, represents a set of dialects of south-east Netherlands
sonJamaican Creol English
An official language of Jamaica. It is spoken in Limon province (Costa Rica) and in Panama.
sonSranan Tongo
(Surinamese language) Creol, native language for 400 000 people,living in Suriname. Originaly Sranan Tongo was the language of Surinamese Creoles and earlier sometimes was called as 'negerengels' (Negro English)
sonAfrikaans
(Boer) close to Dutch. Spoken in South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia
sonnLuxemburgeois
(self-name: Letzebuergesch) - a language of everyday communication of Luxemburg residents (Europe).
sonneGerman
(Deutsche)
sonneMiddle Dutch
sunneMiddle Low German
(or Middle Saxon) is a language that is descendant of Old Saxon and the ancestor of modern Low German
sunneMiddle High German
sunne (sun3)Old Frisian
a West Germanic language spoken between the 8th and 16th centuries in the area between the Phine and Weser on European North Sea coast.
sunneOldEnglish
Old English language (Anglo-Saxon language) an early form of English language, that was common on the territory of modern England and south Scotland from the middle of the 5th up to the middle of the 12th cent.
sunneEast-Frisian
(Self-name: Seeltersk; Seelterfraiske) or Saterland Frisian language one of the Frisian languages, which is spoken in deutsche city Saterland.
suna (sunna)Old High German
Old High German, any of the West Germanic dialects spoken in the highlands of southern Germany, Switzerland, and Austria until the end of the 11th century.
sunnaOld Saxon
(also colled Old Low German) earliest recorded form of Low German, spoken by thr Saxon tribes between the Rhine and Elbe rivers and between the North Sea and the Harz Mountains from the 9th until the 12th century
sunnaOld Frankish
(also Old Franconian) was the West German Language spoken by the Franks between the 4th and 8th century
sunaOld Low Franconian
The Frankish language, also "Old Frankish", was the language of the Franks. It is a West Germanic language and was spoken in Merovingian times, preceding the 7th century.
sunnaOld German
zunaCimbrian
Cimbrian (native name Zimbar; German: Zimbrisch or Tzimbrisch; Italian: Cimbro) refers to any of several local Upper German varieties spoken in northeastern Italy. The speakers of the language are known as Zimbern.
sunnLow Saxon
(also Low German) is an Ingvaeonic West Germanic language spoken mainly in Northern Germany and the eastern part of the Netherlands. It is descended from Old Saxon in its earliest form
sunnAlsatian
a regional language spoken in Alsace (eastern France) by about 700,000 speakers. It is a Germanic language, closely related to other nearby Alemannic dialects, such as Swiss German and Swabian.
sunnDeitsch
Dialect of German language
sunnPfalzisch
Dialect of German language (in the cities Rheinland-Pfalz, Baden-Wurttemberg, Saarland, Gessen)
sunnRipuarian
self-name: Ripoarisch. Central German dialect (the most known as an Ripuarian language), which among others, Yiddish based on. (Spoken in Germany, Belgium, Netherlands)
sunnPlattduutsch
(Low Deutsche)
sunnKolsch
zunneWest-Flemish dialect
(Dutch: West-Vlaams) is a language spoken in western Belgium and adjoining parts of the Netherlands and France
sulIstriot
Istriot is a Romance language spoken by about 400 people in the southwestern part of the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia.
suHamburg
Hamburg Low German dialect
suMursi
Surmic; Nilo-Saharan; Africa. Ethiopia
suSuri
The Suri (Surma), are agropastoralists living in the semiarid lowland area of the Kafa Administrative Region of Ethiopia
suuLombard
Self-name - Lumbaart
sun [san]English
sunBavarian
is a major group of Upper German varienties spoken in the southeast of the German languages area, largely covered by Bavaria and Austria.
sunScottish
sunMarathi
Marathi language is an Indo Aryan language, mainly spoken in the state of Maharashtra. Marathi is also spoken in Israel and Mauritius. Marathi is thought to be a descendent of Maharashtri, one of the Prakrit languages which developed from Sanskrit.
sunChinook slang
The language of aboriginal North Americans, Penutian language family. the word 'sun' is borrowed from English language
(; ?)Manchurian
sanBislama
Creole language based on the English mainly. One of the official languages of Banuatu.
sanTok Pisin
(also called New Guinea Pidgin) Creole language, spoken in Papua New Guinea
sanAukaans
Creole language. French Guiana and Suriname.
sa (?)Kaska
Kaska is an Athabaskan language spoken by a few hundreds people in the southeastern Yukon Territory and northern British Columbia in Canada.
sonuSaramaccan
The Central part of Suriname (South America). Also used in French Guiana. Creoles and Pidgins.
sunkKhanty
The language of aborigines of the north of West Siberia, living in river basins of tributaries of Ob and Irtysh.
ushilEtruscan
Etruscan was a language spoken and written in the ancient region of Etruria (current Tuscany) and in parts of what are now Lombardy, Veneto, and Emilia-Romagna (where the Etruscans were displaced by Gauls), in Italy.
sol (means 'sun year')Persian
Iran (?)
soeBangandu
Bangandu (Bangando) is a Gbaya language of Cameroon and CAR.
soviloOld-German Runic script
rdull (rthul)Old Norse
Old Norse is the North Germanic language that was spoken by inhabitants of Scandinavia and inhabitants of their overseas settlements during the Viking Age, until about 1300. Gradually, Old Norse splintered into the modern North Germanic languages: Icelandic, Faroese, Norwegian, Danish and Swedish.
selaoDzoratai
Elvetia, Italy (*).
saulEmilian-Romagnolo
is a Romance language, mostly spoken in Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
sauleLiv (Livonian)
The south branch of Baltic-Finnish group of Finno-Ugric language family. The extinct language of Livs, inhabiting mostly the coastal part of Ventspils region of Latvia. The closest relative language is Estonian.
sauleOld Prussian language
(or Prussian) The language of Baltic tribe of prussians that inhabited the south bank of Baltic Sea. Applied to the West baltic subgroup of the Baltic group of the Indo-european language family.
sauleLithuanian
sauleSamogitian
a dialect of the Lithuanian language spoken mostly in Samogitia (in the western part of Lithuania).
sauleLatvian
a dialect of the Lithuanian language spoken mostly in Samogitia (in the western part of Lithuania)
sauleLatgale
The language is considered as High Latvian dialect of Latvian language
sauleZemaiteska
(dialect of Lithuanian language)
sauilGothic language
(ancient) old english (?)
sinneFrisian
(self-name: Fryske talen) language of frisians (west group of German languages). Spoken mainly in Freeslandia province (Netherlands).
sinSeeltersk
Saterland Frisian, also known as Sater Frisian or Saterlandic (Seeltersk), is the last living dialect of the East Frisian language.
, sunceSerbo-Groatian
the language of Serbs, Groats, Montenegrins and Bosnian Muslims (former Yugoslavia).
Serbian
sunceGroatian
official language of Groatia (Republika Hrvatska).
sunceBosnian
one of the three official languages of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Also spoken in Groatia, Montenegro and Serbia.
sonceSlovenian
cRussian
cByelorussian
Ukrainian
, Macedonian
Slavic; Indo-European; Europe
, Old Russian
Old Slavonic
(Old Church language)
[sluntse]Bulgarian
son-c-eDihovo
Dihovo is a village in the municipality of Bitola, Republic of Macedonia located about seven kilometers away from Bitola, the second largest city in the country.
() Church Slavonic
By this language the translation of the Bible was made in 9th century. One of the dialects of slavonic language (also called Old Bulgarian).
sloncePolish
sloncoUpper Sorbian
One of two closely related languages spoken by the Sorbs, a Slavic minority in the Lusatia region of eastern Germany (West Slavic branch of the Indo-Europian languages.
slunce (suunce ?)Silesian
Dialect of Polish language
slunceCzech
Slavic; Indo-European; Europe
slunceOld Czech
Slavic; Indo-European; Europe
slunceKashubian
Kashubian has about 50,000 speakers in Poland, where it is an official regional language. It is used for local administration purposes in Sierakowice, Pomeranian Voivodeship and in parts of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. Like Polish, it is a West Slavic language.
slnLow Sorbian
One of two closely related languages spoken by the Sorbs, a Slavic minority in the Lusatia region of eastern Germany (West Slavic branch of the Indo-Europian languages.
slnko, slnceSlovak
Slavic; Indo-European; Europe
Rusyn (Ruthenian)
Rusyns - an Slavic ethnic group (about 30000 people), living in some regions of Vojvodina and Groatia (former Yugoslavia)
suliCicilian
Indo-European; Europe
s(l) Lega
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa (Congo)
sa, malh (?)Ingush
cen; cienAcoli (Acholi)
(also Acoli, Akoli, Acooli, Atscholi, Shuli, Gang, Lwoo, Lwo, Lok Acoli, Dok Acoli) is spoken by the Acholi people in Acholiland in northern Uganda and in Magwe County in southern Sudan.
cenAnuak
western Ethiopia
cenLuwo
Jur, also known as Luwo (Luo, Dheluwo), is a language spoken by the Luwo people of Bahr el Ghazal region in South Sudan.
cendi Bor
South Sudan.
swanceTokharian A
Tocharian A is a dead Indo-European language (east-tokharian). India, South-East Asia. 1st millenium BC - 1st millenium AC.
swanco; kaumTokharian B
Tocharian B is a dead Indo-European language (west-tokharian). India, South-East Asia. 1st millenium BC - 1st millenium AC.
siun Nanaj (Nanai)
The Nanai language (also called Gold, Goldi, or Hezhen) is spoken by the Nanai people in Siberia
sigunTunguska
Manzhouli, the Northern China
Etruscan
Language spoken by the ancient people of Etruria in what is now Italy. The language is accepted as an isolated case.
saldangBicol (Bicolano)
a language spoken in the Bicol region of southern Luzon, Philippines.
so'ga; 'simyadAgusan Manobo
Spoken on the Island of Mindanao, Philippines.
sugaMansaka
Spoken on the Island of Mindanao, Philippines.
senang; snang; senangananMaguindanao
Spoken in Maguindanao Province, Mindanao, North Cotabato Province, etc., Philippines.
iganKet (Yenisei-Ostyak)
the sole surviving language of the Yeniseian language family. It is spoken along the middle Yenisei Basin. Only a few hundred speakers remain.
ega; egang; egei; ogaKott
Kott, now extinct, was a Yeniseian language spoken in central Siberia by the banks of Mana River, a tributary of the Yenisei river. Kott was closely related to Ket, still spoken farther north along the Yenisei river.
egaArin
a Yeniseian language (like Kott) which was spoken until the 18th century along the Yenisei river, in Russia.
ega; eja; hixem; xagalyPumpokol
is a Yeniseian language that became extinct in the 18th century.
eke; i-koi; marechengkwe, narechengkwe; tobile-be; tongkuluOnge (Andaman)
a language spoken by the Onge people in Little Andaman Island (India). It is one of two languages (together with Jarawa) known to belong to the Ongan branch of the Andamanese language family. Onge has less than 100 speakers.
suleglRomansch
is one of the four national languages of Switzerland. The Rhaeto-Romance subgroup of Romance languages.
soareRomanian
Romanian is a Romance language spoken primarily in Romania and Moldova.
soareAromanian
(also Macedo-Romanian or Vlach) is an Eastern Romance language spoken in Southeastern Europe.
soareMoldavian
Romance; Indo-European; Europe
soreliFriulan
Spoken in the Friuli Region of the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, and the Provinces of Udine, Pordenone and Gorizia, Italy.
soreyeNones Fassano
northern Italy
sur3dlNones Gardenese
northern Italy
soredl, soreie, sorogle, soroio Ladin
is a Romance language consisting of a group of dialects, mainly spoken in the Dolomite Mountains in Northern Italy in South Tyrol, the Trentino and the province of Belluno by the Ladin people. It exhibits similsrities to Swiss Romansh and Friulian.
sores * (soreb *)Khoe-Khoe (Khoekhoe)
Namibia. Namibia has two main language groups (Bantu and Khoisan), which are divided into seven smaller language groups (Owambo, Kavango, Caprivian, Herero, San, Tswana, Khoe Khoe) that are again split into 28 different dialects.
surajHindustani
the language of Indo-Aryan family (Pakistan and the Northern India).
surajFijian Hindi
the group of Indo-Aryan languages
surujBhojapuri
Bhojpuri is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the Bhojpuri region of North India and in Madhesh, Nepal
surya (suraj)Hindi
an Indo-Arian language. North and Central regions of India.
soorajhUrdu
Urdu - Indo-European language, related with Hindi. Official language in Pakistan.
surya (suryo)Bengali
One of the languages of Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family. Spoken in Bangladesh and in Indian West Bengal state
suryuKonkani
an Indo-Arian language belonging to the Indo-European family of languages and is spoken along the western coast of India (Konkan region).
surya (surej)Gujarati
one of the official languages of India spoken in the west part of the country.
suryaKannada
is one of the major Dravidian languages of India (State of Karnataka in southern India).
surya (surje)Nepali
The official language of Nepal, also spoken in some regions of the North India. Indic; Indo-European; Asia
suryaMarathi
is an Indo-Aryan language spoken predominantly by Marathi people of Maharashtra (India).
%sury~anMalayalam
a Dravidian language spoken in India, predominantly in the state of Kerala
suryan (suriyan), na:jarMalayalam
the language of Malayaly people. Spoken in South-west part of India (Kerala state). Belongs to the South group of Dravidian languages, relates with Tamil language.
suriyan (soorya); curiyan; nyayiru; aruna; njaayarTamil
Tamil is a Southern Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of the Indian subcontinent. It has official status in India, Sri Lanka and Singapore, and it is the administrative language of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. There are about 68 million native speakers.
suriyanPaliyan
The Paliyan, or Palaiyar or Pazhaiyarare are Adivasi Dravidian people living in the South Western Ghats montane rain forests in South India, especially in Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
surajaBundeli
Bundeli, or Bundelkhandi, is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the Bundelkhand region of central India.
suraja (sooraj)Punjabi
An Indo-Aryan language spoken in East part of Pakistan and in North-Western regions of India (mostly in Punjab state).
surajPahari Mahasu
spoken in the Himachal Pradesh, Shimla (Simla) and Solan districts (India)
suraTPunjabi Majhi
Pakistan, India
shuurea (soorya; hiru) Sinhala
One of two official Languages of Sri Lanka (Ceylon).
sura, surya, bhaskara, aaditya, ravi, ha; bhanu, marthanda, mihira; divakaraSanskrit
Sanskrit is a classical language of India and a liturgical language of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Its position in the cultures of South and Southeast Asia is akin to that of Latin and Greek in Europe and it has significantly influenced most modern languages of Nepal and India.
surazAgra Gujari
Pakistan, India
sur3CPeshawar City Hindko
The North India
suriMaiya*
Maiya language, also called Abasin Kohistani or Indus Kohistani, is a Dardic language spoken in Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan.
suriKalasha
Indic; Indo-European; Asia
suriBrokskat
Indic; Indo-European; Asia
suriAranduyiwar
(or Gawar-Bati) Afghanistan.
suriKalasha-mun
Indic; Indo-European; Asia
suriGuru Kalasha
Indic; Indo-European; Asia
suriKrakal Kalasha
Indic; Indo-European; Asia
suriZugunuk Kalasha
Indic; Indo-European; Asia
suriNagar Shina
Shina is a language from the Dardic sub-group of the Indo-Aryan languages family spoken by the Shina people, a plurality of the people in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, as well as in Dah Hanu, Gurez and Dras in India.
suriya; bhanu; dinakara Pali
Pali is an Indo-Aryan language of India, used as the literary language of the Buddhist Scriptures and frequently chanted in a ritual context. Monks from different countries may speak Pali to each other, but there are no native speakers.
suryudu; podduTelugu
Telugu is a Dravidian language native to India. It is primary language in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
suruyMaithili
Maithili is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in northern and eastern Bihar of India and a few districts of the Nepal.
suruj; dh~upRajbanshi
Kamtapuri, Rangpuri or Rajbangshi is a Bengali-Assamese language spoken by the Rajbongshi people in Bangladesh and India, and Rajbanshi and Tajpuria in Nepal.
huryoAssamese
the official language of Assam state of India.
sijhMultani
Spoken in the Saraikistan Region, Pakistan. 18 millions of speakers
sujjoPrakrit
The territory of ancient India
sija; suuraja; shamsaSindhi
Official Language of the Sindh Province, Pakistan. One of the 22 official languages of India.
xemxMaltese
Maltese is spoken in Malta, where it is a co-official language along with English. It is also an official language of the European Union. Maltese is a Semitic language, but it is written with the Latin alphabet. It derives from the Arabic dialect that developed in Sicily and the rest of southern Italy, with vocabulary borrowed from Italian (particularly Sicilian) and English.
shemesh, hashemeshHebrew
(Modern Ashkenazic); Semitic; Afro-Asiatic; Asia
smsHebrew (Jewish)
<Old>Jewish (one of the two official languages of Israel)
sms (smes, semsa); kwrksyd (?)Aramaic (Old)
Aramaic is a Semitic language with a 3,000-year history. (Aramaic was the native language of Jesus.
S3mSaJilu
Turkey, then (in 1915) in Iran
SimSEModern Aramaic
( ) ,
camc (lat.)Phoenician (Old)
Phoenician is a Semitic language of the Canaanite subgroup; its closest living relative is Hebrew, to which it is very similar. The area where Phoenician was spoken includes modern-day Lebanon, coastal Syria, Palestine, northern Israel, parts of Cyprus and, at least as a prestige language, some adjacent areas of Anatolia.
kam (kham)Angloromani
Angloromany (literally "English Romany") or "Angloromani" is a language combining aspects of English and Romany.
shamasAssyrian
Assyrian (Neo Assyrian) language, the common name of modern East-Aramaic dialects (Urmia, Mosul and other), that belong to semitic-hamitic languages. Assyrians inhabit Iran, North Iraq, Syria, Turkey.
samsuAkkadian
(or Assyro-Babylonian lang.) Accadian is an extinct East Semitic language (part of the greater Afroasiatic language family) that was spoken in ancient Mesopotamia in the 3rd-1st millennia BC.
al shamsArabic
shams; aftab; mehr; xorsid (khorshid) Farsi (or Persian)
Persian is the predominant modern descendant of Old Persian, a southwestern Iranian language within the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European languages. The language is spoken by about 110 million people. Persian or Farsi is the variety of Persian spoken in Iran, whereas Dari is the local name for the Persian language spoken in Afghanistan and Uzbekistan. Tajik, the third variety of Persian, is used in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Russia. Although Tajik is written in a modified variant of the Cyrillic alphabet, Persian is written using a modified variant of the Arabic alphabet.
samasBabylonian
The Babylonian language was a dialect of Akkadian, a Semitic language, written in cuneiform script.
samsTigre (Beni Amer)
Semitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
Sam3sNorth Levantine Spoken Arabic
Levantine Arabic is a broad dialect of Arabic spoken in the 100 to 200 km-wide Eastern Mediterranean coastal strip.
semsiNubi
The Nubi language (also called Ki-Nubi) is a Sudanese Arabic-based creole language spoken in Uganda around Bombo, and in Kenya around Kibera
SEm3sSyrian Arabic
Syria
SameSMandayi
Mandaic language (, )
SomESNeo-Mandaic Khorramshahr
(, )
semsSyriac Aramaic
Syriac Aramaic is a dialect of Middle Aramaic that was once spoken across much of the Fertile Crescent and Eastern Arabia. Afro-Asiatic language family.
sam Socotran
Socotri (Soqotry) is the most archaic and isolated of several archaic and isolated tongues spoken in Yemen and Oman known as modern South Arabian languages. Spoken by the Socotri population in the island of Socotra, and the Abd al Kuri and Samhah islands of the Socotra archipelago off the southern coast of the Republic of Yemen.
samsKhaliji
Alternate Names: Arabi, Bedawi, Gulf Arabic, Omani Bedawi Arabic. Arabic, Gulf Spoken Language: Gulf Arabic is a variety of the Arabic language spoken in Eastern Arabia around the coasts of the Persian Gulf in Kuwait, Iraq, Bahrain, eastern Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Iran and northern Oman.
SamsDamascus Arabic
SamsYemen Sanaani Arabic
Yemen
semisSouth Levantine Arabic
Levantine Arabic is a broad dialect of Arabic spoken in the 100 to 200 km-wide Eastern Mediterranean coastal strip.
SamisEastern Libyan Arabic
Libya (Benghazi and Bayda)
SamiSSudani
SamsOgaden Arabic
Members of the Ogaden clan primarily live in the central Ogaden plateau of Ethiopia (Somali Region),[1] the North Eastern Province of Kenya, and the Jubaland region of Southern Somalia.
S3msAlgerian Spoken Arabic
SemSel maghribya
()
SemSa; SemSSyriac
Syriac, also known as Syriac Aramaic or Classical Syriac, is a dialect of Middle Aramaic that is the minority language of indigenous ethnic Assyrians/Syriacs in south eastern Turkey, northern Iraq, northeastern Syria and North western Iran.
SamsMasri
xemx [shemsh]Maltese
The official language of Republic of Malta.
Udmurt
(Permic; Uralic; Eurasia)
iKomi-Permic
Permic; Uralic; Eurasia
Komi-Zyrian
Permic; Uralic; Eurasia
the people of finno-ugric group living in Russia
hvareAvesta
the most ancient iranian language. The Sacred texts of Zoroastrianism were written by this language (the collection is known as 'Avesta')
hvare; aurusa; hvarOld Avestan
one of the Eastern Iranian language, spread across the Iranian plateau between 1350 and 350 B.C.
ve:raPengo
South-Central Dravidian; Dravidian; Asia
ve:laKui (in India)
South-Central Dravidian; Dravidian; Asia
ve:raManda
Dravidian; Dravidian; Asia
be:r-doMalto
Northern Dravidian; Dravidian; Asia
bi:r-i:Kurux
Northern Dravidian; Dravidian; Asia
hvarScythian
The language of the Scythians (ancient tribes inhabited the area of the Northern coast of the Black Sea and Caspian region from at least the 11th century BC to the 2nd century AD).
(; )Nenets
Samoyedic; Uralic; Eurasia
hae (hai; taeyang)Korean
Altai language family
na-h-hu-un-te; nahiti; na-hu-teElamite
Ancient language of Southwestern Iran (3300 - 500 BC)
gavosoSimbo
Spoken on the Island of Simbo, Solomon Islands.
atafuSamoan
The language of Samoans, spoken in Samoa and American Samoa. Also spoken in New Zealand and Australia. Austronesian language family.
Chuvash
one of the two official languages in Chuvash Republic, Russian Federation.
se'h:w-l/n- o * sehw-l/n- Proto Indo-European
(dead)
helyosAncient Greek language
gelios (?)Koine
Koine comes from the Greek word that means "common". Koine Greek was the form of Greek that was spoken during Hellenistic (300 BC - 30 BC) and Roman (30 BC - 300 AD) antiquity. Its development followed the conquests of Alexander the Great, that's why Koine Greek is sometimes named Alexandrian dialect. Koine Greek became the common lingua franca in the Mediterranean region and the Middle East. It was the main language of the Byzantine Empire and it evolved into Medieval Greek, which is the ancestor of Modern Greek. Koine is also the language of the Christian New Testament, that's why it's sometimes known as "Biblical Greek" or "New Testament Greek".
kup, iliosGreek
Europe
kunKarakalpak
(Turkic; Altaic; Asia) the language of the main population of Karakalpak republic (Russia); some Karakalpaks also live in Uzbekistan.
kun; kunes; qujasKaraim
Karaim is a Turkic language with Hebrew influences, spoken by Crimean Karaites (adherents of Karaite Judaism in Crimea, but also western Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania). It has very few remaining active speakers.
kunDolgan
The Dolgan language is a Turkic languages with around 1,000 speakers, spoken in the Taymyr Peninsula in Russia.
kunKarahanid {Khakanid)
The Karahanid language became extinct by the 1950s
kun, kinKhalaj
(also known as Arghu) is a divergent Turkic language spoken mainly in Iran and Afganistan
kun, qujas (dialect.) Oirat
Oirat is a Mongolic language spoken by the Oirats, pastoral nomadic tribes of Mongolian origin who live in western China and western Mongolia. But the most prominent group today is located in the Republic of Kalmykia (Russian Federation), where they are called Kalmyks. Kalmyk-Oirat has about 500,000 speakers.
kunAltai
(Southern Altai) is a Siberian Turkic language spoken officially in the Altai Republic, Russia.
kunWestern Yugur ()
Western Yugur is a Turkic language spoken by the Yugur people. Speakers of the language reside primarily in the western part og Gansu province's Sunan Yugur Autonomous County.
kun; qojasUyghur
The Turkic language spoken by the Uyghur people in Xinjiang, a Central Asian region administered by China. Uyghur is spoken by around 8.5 million people worldwide.
kun; qujasShor language
Turkic branch of Altai language family. Spoken by less than 10,000 people in the Kemerovo Oblast of the Russian Federation.
kunWest Yugur
West Yugur is a Turkic language spoken in China (Gansu Province) by around 2,600 speakers. However, Yugur (or East Yugur) is a Mongolic language (3,000 speakers). The Yugurs are one of China's 56 officially recognized nationalities.
kun, qujos, , quyash, guyoshUzbek
Turkic; Altaic; Asia
kunKarachay-Balkar
(or Balkar) language is a Turkic language language spoken by the Karachays and Balkars (Russia).
un (aditja ?)Old Turkic language
language Of ancient peoples of Asia
gun, gunesGagauz
Gagauz is a Turkic language spoken by the ethnic Gagauz people of Moldova, Ukraine, Russia (Northern Caucasus) and Turkey.
kunTofalar
(also known as Tofa or Karagas) Unwritten language of Tofalars, Turkic people, living on the territory of two villages Tofalar and Nerchin (Nizneudinsky district of Irkutsk region, Russia). Tofalar language belongs to Sayan group of Turkic languages (which includes Tuvan language and languages of Mongolian Uygur-Hurianhays and Caatans, and Monchaks of Mongolia and China). With less than 30 native speakers, it is nearly extinct.
kunYakut language
Turkic branch of Altai language family
kun ()Kazakh
Turkic branch of the Altai Mountain group
kunKyrgyz
Turkic language
kunNogai (Noghay)
Nogai is a Turkic language spoken by about 80,000 people in southwestern Russia. The language is taught at school but the number of speakers is declining. The Nogai people took their name from the grandson of Chenghis Khan.
kin; kunKhalaj
Khalaj is a Turkic language spoken primarily in Iran and Afghanistan. It has about 42,000 speakers. Turkic Khalaj is different from the Indo-Iranian language called Khalaj and also spoken in Iran.
kunKarakhanid
Karakhanid, now extinct, was the Middle Turkic literary language of Central Asia.
kunKhakas
Khakas is a Turkic language spoken by the Khakas people, who mainly live in the southern Siberian Khakas Republic, or Khakassia, in Russia. The Khakas number 78,500, of whom 60,000 speak the Khakas language. (Turkic branch of Altai language family).
xurOssetian
the east subgroup of Iran group of Indo-Iranian branch of Indo-Europian languages. Ossetian language has genetic continuity with Alan and Scythian languages.
kon, gojas, Bashkir
(Russian Federation) Turkic; Altaic; Eurasia
jasyq; kun; kunes; qujasOttoman Turkish
Ottoman Turkish was used as the administrative and literary language of the Ottoman Empire. It was reformed into Modern Turkish in 1928.
%xurSit; ginHarw East Olya Khorasani
a language variety in the Turkic language family
xurSitShirwan Khorasani
northern Iran
%xurSit; ginCharam Sarjam Khorasani
a language variety in the Turkic language family
gin; ginESAsadli Khorasani
Khorasani Turkic is a Turkic language spoken in North Khorasan Province and Razavi Khorasan Province in Iran
ginESShirwan Khorasani
northern Iran
ginDoughai Khorasani
a language variety in the Turkic language family
ginGujgi Khorasani
a language variety in the Turkic language family
ginQara Bagh Khorasani
Afganistan (?)
oyQara Bagh Khorasani
North-East Iran
ginQuchan Khorasani
North-East Iran, near Turkmenistan border
ginShurak Khorasani
language spoken in northern North Khorasan Province and Razavi Khorasan Province in Iran.
ginSoltan Abad Khorasani
northern Iran
ginZeyarat Khorasani
northern Iran
ginHokm Abad Khorasani ( 10 Khorasani
the Turkic language family
gy~inSheyh Teymur Khorasani
northern Iran
ofatob; ginRuh Abad Khorasani
northern Iran
aftowSorkhei
Sorkhei is a Western Iranian language. It is spoken in village of Sorkheh in Semnan Province in northwestern Iran.
aftEwLasgerdi
Lasgerdi is one of the local languages of Semnan Province in northwestern Iran.
oXtovNatanzi
Iran
TinSheyh Teymur Khorasani
northern Iran
XirShughni
Shughni is one of the Pamir languages of the Southeastern Iranian language group.
xunTuvin (or Tuvan) language
Tuvin is a Turkic language spoken by around 200,000 people in the Republic of Tuva in south-central Siberia in Russia. There are also small diaspora groups of Tuvan people that speak distinct dialects of Tuvan in the China and in Mongolia. Turkic branch of Altai language family
XorSangisari
Sangsari or Sangisari is an Iranian language spoken mainly in the Semnan and Tehran provinces of Iran, especially in the Sangesar (Mahdi Shehr) town and in several surrounding villages.
Yaghnobi (Yagnobi)
Spoken in Zafarabad, Yaghnobi River Valley, Lower and Upper Varzob River Valley, southern Tajikistan and Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
roZ; xorSoran (Sorani)
Central Kurdish or Sorani, one of the main dialects of Kurdish language. Spoken in Iraq (official) and Iran.
gun, gunes, qujas (dial.)Turkmen
Turkic; Altaic; Asia
gun, gunes (gunas),Azerbaijan
gun, gunesKumyk
language of Kumyks, inhabiting Dagestan. One of the Turkic languages
gunChagatai language
Medieval central Asian Turkic literary language, that reached its higher styling as classic language in Timurid possessions in 15-16 centuries.
guun (gun)Salar
Salar is a Turkic language spoken by the Salar people, who mainly live in the provinces of Qinghai and Gansu in China. The Salar number about 90,000 people, of whom about 70,000 speak the Salar language.
qujas, kunes, kunMediaturkish (Ortaturk) language
An artificial language created to serve inter-turkish communication.
gunes [gunash]Turkish
gunesh (ginES)Terekeme Azeri
the dialect of Azerbaijanian language
gunesUrum language
the language of Greek-Urums, inhabiting the Northern banks of Azov (Ukraine), where they were relocated to from Krym by russian government in 1778. It is akin to Cremian Tatar language.
kunesCremian Tatar language
or Cremian language the language of Cremian Tatars, corresponds with Turkic languages, belonging to estimated Altai family of languages.
'Nivkh
The language of the Nivkhs, that are a small people group who inhabit regions of the Far East on the island of Sakhalin and basin of Lower Amur. The Nivkhs have been known as the Giliaks up until 1930's.
Nganasan
Nganasan language is spoken by 500 out 830 Nganasan people in the southwestern and central parts of the Taymyr Peninsula (Russian Federation).
kayaku ('tender sun'); koy (?)Enets language
the North group of Samoyedic branch of Uralic language family. Spoken in Krasnoyarsk Krai, along the lower Yenisei River (Russia). It is closely related to Nenets and to Nganasan.
ekwan; eokwan; equanNauruan
a language of a state in Oceania, located in South-West part of Pacific ocean, on the Nauru island
kotMansi language
The language of Ugric subgroup of Finno-Ugric group of Ural language family. The language of Mansi people.
kec3 (Western Cheremis)
,
xɔ:tal **Sosva
Dialect of Mansi (and Khanty). Sverdlovsk Oblast ?
qatə'l **Middle Lozva
Dialect of Mansi (and Khanty). KhantyMansi Autonomous Okrug and Sverdlovsk Oblast.
qatə'l **Lower-Lozva
Dialect of Mansi (and Khanty). KhantyMansi Autonomous Okrug and Sverdlovsk Oblast (Russia).
qɔtə'lPelymka
Dialect of Mansi (and Khanty). KhantyMansi Autonomous Okrug and Sverdlovsk Oblast.
qotə'lKonda
Dialect of Mansi (and Khanty). KhantyMansi Autonomous Okrug and Sverdlovsk Oblast.
q'ɔtə'lTavda
Dialect of Mansi (and Khanty). KhantyMansi Autonomous Okrug and Sverdlovsk Oblast.
ho:tel
Ural language family: -
hatl
(several dialects) Ural language family: -
katl
(several dialects) Ural language family: -
xaiKaragas
Karagas, a dialect of the Uralic Mator language.
kaje; xayaMator
Mator or Motor was a Uralic language belonging to the group of Samoyedic languages, extinct since the 1840s.
cup; cup-kamuy; tokap cupAinu (Aynu itak)
an isolate language formerly located on the islands of Honshu and Hokkaido of Japan, Sakhalin, Kuril Islands and tip of Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia. Today, the language is in danger of going extinct. There is also an unrelated language in western China called the Aynu language.
akolonAteso
Ateso (from Teso) is a Nilo-Saharan language, spoken by the Iteso people of Uganda and Kenya.
akolongKarimojong
Uganda (Nilotic; Nilo-Saharan; Africa)
akolongNgakarimojong
This language is spoken in Uganda.
khorFarsi
a variant of Persian language
roshBalochi, Baluchi
Spoken in Balochistan Province, Pakistan. There are three variants of the language - eastern, southern, western.
khorshid (farnah -?) Persian
Ancient Iranian
Moksha
is a member of the Mordvinic branch of the Uralic languages with around 130,000 native speakers
harashi (?) Azari (Iranian)
Azari (Ar. al-adhariya) was the Iranian language of Azarbaijan before the spread of the Turkish
konas, kojasBulgar
Turkic tribal union of pastoralists and farmers inhabited the steppes of the Northern Black Sea region up to the Caspian Sea and the Northern Caucasus from the 4th century and in the second half of the 7th century migrated partially to the Danube region and later to the Middle Volga region.
qojasBashkir
The language belongs to the Western Uralian group of the Turkic branch of the Altaic Language family. Its closest relatives are Chulym and Tatar.
kun; qujasChulym
(also known as Chulym Tatar or Melets Tatar) (but different from the Tatar language) is the language of the Chulyms, a now extinct tribe. It is closely related to Shor and Khakas. Only a few speakers remain, in the basin of the Chulym River in central Siberia. Chulym is an Altaic language (Turkic, Altaic, Eurasia).
qojasTatar language
Turkic branch of the Mountain Altai language group
siun; dylachahEvenk
The Tungus-Manchurian branch of the Altai language family
siunNegidal language
unwritten language of negidal people, spoken in Khabarovsk region of Russia. Tunguska branch of Tungus-Manchurian languages. Its closest relative is the Evenk language.
sunManchurian language
endangered
siu(n)Ulchi language
the endangered language of Ulvhi people (unwritten). The language of the Southern (Amur) group of Tungus-Manchurian languages, Its closest relatives are Nanai Orok languages. Spoken in Ulchi region of Khabarovsk krai.
siu; siun Nanai
Nanai is a Tungusic language spoken by the Nanai people in Siberia. There are about 3,900 speakers, but most of them use Russian as their primary language, making Nanai an endangered language.
su(n)Udege
The language of udegeys is a Tungus-Manchurian language, making with other Amur languages the Amur subgroup of Tungus group of the languages. Its closest relative is the Oroch language.
seu(n)Oroch
The Southern group of Tungus-Manchurian languages. Its closest relatives are Nanai and Udege languages. Spoken in Khabarovsk krai.
soiBofi
Bofi (Boffi) is a Gbaya language spoken in Boda and Bimbo subprefectures in southwestern Central African Republic.
su(n)Orok
it belongs to Tungus-Manchurian languages. Unwritten. Endangered.
naraMonguor-Tu
Monguor-Tu (or Tu) is a Mongolic language spoken by the Monguors (about 49,000 people), an ethnic group living mainly in Qinghai and Gansu Provinces in the northwest of China.
naranMiddle Mongol language
(used in 13-15th centuries) Mongol branch of Altai language family
naranDongxiang
The Mongolian language spoken in northwestern China by about 250,000 people. The Dongxiang, one of the 56 ethnic groups officially recognized in China, are closely related to the Mongolians.
naranMoghol
(or Mogholi) - language of moghols, belongs to the Mongol family of languages. Spoken in Afganistan in two villages near Gerat - Kundur and Kerez-e-Mulla. There are about 200 people speaking Moghol.
nar, naraMongol
Mongol branch of Altai language family
naraMongghuer (Monquor)
a Mongolic language of China's Qinghai-Gansu provinces.
naraMinhe Mangghuer
naraMonguor
Monguor language belongs to the Mongolic branch of Altaic languages and it is divided into Huzhu and Minhe two dialect
nara(n)Ordos
Ordos is a Mongolic language spoken by the Ordos, a Mongol tribe that inhabits inner Mongolia.
naraHuzhu Mongghul
nara?Baoan
Baoan language belongs to the Mongolic branch of Altaic languages. Spoken in Gansu province of Northwest China.
naranYugur
(or Eastern Yugur) is a Mongolic language spoken in China (Gansu Province) by around 3,000 people. However, West Yugur (2,600 speakers) is a Turkic language. The Yugurs are one of China's 56 officially recognized nationalities.
???West Yugur
West Yugur (2,600 speakers) is a Turkic language. Both languages (Eastern and West one) spoken within the same community
nar(an)Khalkh
(the dialect of Mongolian that is the official language of Mongolia)
narnKalmyk
Mongolic; Altaic; Asia
nar, nareDaur
the language of Daurs (spoken in the Inner Mongolia - autonomous district of China).
nara(n)Buryat
the language of Buryats, living in Buryat autonomous republic of Russian Federation, in north part of Mongolia and on northwest part of China. Mongolian branch of Altai language family
hnub [nue]Hmong
The common name for a group of dialects of the West Hmongic branch of the Hmong-Mien/Miao-Yao language family, spoken by the Hmong people of Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi, northern Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos. The total number of speakers worldwide has been estimated to be more than 4 million.
noaMon
Spoken in the Union of Myanmar (Burma) and Thailand. Monic; Austro-Asiatic; Asia
amraAbkhaz
North-West Caucasus
a-merBzyb
North-West Caucasus
maraAbaza
Northwest group of Caucasus languages. Spoken mainly in Karachay-Chercessia (Russian Federation) and in Turkey.
nyuiAkwa
Kainji; Niger-Congo; Africa
nij; nyi ma (ku-mud tfyra; mchod-ldan; mun-sel; mgon-po; hod-ldan)Tibetan
Tibetan is a language spoken by approximately 6 million people across the Tibetan Plateau. It belongs to the Tibeto-Burman group of the Sino-Tibetan (or Sino-Thai) family. Spoken Tibetan includes dozens of regional dialects and sub-dialects which, in many cases, are not mutually intelligible. There are two variants of the language: Tibetan Dingri Tibetan Drokpa.
nyimaSherpa
Bodic; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
nisaHmar
a Tibeto-Burman language (Kukish branch) spoken mainly in India, in the regions of Manipur, Mizoram and Assam, by approximately 83,000 people.
musana (kyanda)Lubwisi [tlj]
Spoken in Bundibugyo district in Western Uganda where the number of mother-tongue speakers is approximately 99,000 people. The language is also spoken by about 31,000 people in Congo where it is called Kitalinga.
isanaLugwere [gwr]
in Budaka, Kibuku, and Pallisa districts in Eastern Uganda where the number of mother-tongue speakers is approximately 410,000 people.
lyobaLugungu [rub]
in Buliisa, Masindi and Hoima districts in North Western Uganda where the number of mother-tongue speakers is approximately 49,000 people.
eryuba Lunyole [nuj]
in Buteleja district in Eastern Uganda where the number of mother-tongue speakers is approximately 340,000 people.
en-dama The Maasai (Maa) language
Kenya, Tanzania
ulenjiCicipu
(Hausa family) Cicipu is a Benue-Congo language spoken in northwest Nigeria.
daaranKushi (?)
Afroasiatic Chadic
raghBudukh
(or Budugh) is a Samur language of the Northeast Caucasian language family spoken in parts of the Quba Rayon of Azerbaijan.
ragh; raqini; (rar -?)Lezgian language
(or Lezgi) Spoken in the Southeastern part of Dagestan and the North of Azerbaijan (Lezgic; Nakh-Daghestanian; Eurasia, Asia).
rar (ragh)Aghul
Lezgian group of Dagestan branch of Ibero-Caucasian language family
raɹFit'e
Daghestan, Russia
raɹGequn
Gequn (Burkikhan) is a dialect of the Aghul (Agul) language
raɹKeren
Daghestan, Russia
raɹKoshan (Qushan)
Daghestan, Russia
raOld Egyptian
Old Egyptian is the stage of the Egyptian language spoken from 2600 BC to 2000 BC.
raRarotongan
The official language of the Cook Islands, also spoken in French Polynesia and New Zealand by a total of about 42,000 people. It is a Polynesian language.
raMangarevan language
Polynesian language, spoken on Mangareva island and nearby islands of Tuamotu archipelago. Mangarevan language is akin to Tahitian. The Mangarevan people inhabited Tuamotu islands from Marquesas islands in 13th century.
ra (arch.); mahanaTahitien language
(Tahitian) language is one of the polynesian languages. Spoken at i. Tahiti and other neighboring islands. It is closely related to Hawaiian, Rarotongan and Maori.
ra'aRapanui language
(also known as Pascuan, or Pascuense) is an Eastern Polinesian language spoken on the island of Rapa Nui, also known as Easter Island
hetav; ro; tav; xor; semsKurmanci
or - Northern Kurdish
raoAwar
Awar is a Ramu language spoken in three villages in Papua New Guinea.
rau (*)Sera
Sera (Ssia) is an Austronesian language of coastal Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea.
rau (*)Sisano
Papua New Guinea.
sara (*)Ngalum
Ngalum is the most populous of the Ok languages of West Papua and Papua New Guinea.
sare (*)Kaipi
Papua New Guinea.
sare (*)Toaripi
Eleman Proper; Eleman; Australia and Oceania. Papua New Guinea.
sera (*)Siagha-yen
Papua New Guinea.
suwara (*)Kakabi
Papua New Guinea.
ravi- m.Old Indian
???
aso Rotuma
Rotuma is a Fijian dependency, consisting of Rotuma Island and nearby islands. The island group is home to a small but unique indigenous ethnic group which constitutes a recognizable minority within the population of Fiji, known as "Rotumans". (Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania).
sigaFiji (Fijian)
The Republic of the Fiji Islands (a state in South-Western part of Pacific Ocean). (Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania)
na'Kirati
(or Kirat, or Kirant), is spoken in Nepal by ethnic groups like Limbu, who were the earliest inhabitants of Nepal. It is a Tibeto-Burman language.
namDumi
Spoken in the Khotang District, Nepal. (Mahakiranti; Sino-Tibetan; Asia)
nam (Kulung)
Spoken in Nepal and India.
namBahing
Bahing (also known as Rumdali) is a language spoken in the Okhaldhunga district of Nepal.
nam; namhak Limbu
Spoken in Nepal. Also spoken in the State of West Bengal, India and Bhutan.
nibha-ra - sunlightNewari
Spoken in Nepal. Also spoken in India.
ndraUbykh
Ubykh is a language which was spoken by the Ubykh people, first on the eastern coast of the Black Sea, then in Turkey where the Ubykh had emigrated. Turkish and Circassian progressively became the preferred languages for everyday communication, and the last speaker of Ubykh died in 1992. Ubykh is a Northwest Caucasian language, like Abkhaz and Abaza.
naanSunwar (Sunuwar)
spoken in Nepal by the Sunuwar people.
nwaamKhaling
Solukhumbu district, Nepal. (Mahakiranti; Sino-Tibetan; Asia)
(d)wamWambule
East Nepal (Mahakiranti; Sino-Tibetan; Asia)
lach (*)Itelmen language
Itelmen forms a southern branch of Chukotko-Kamchatkan family; Eurasia. The language of Kamchatka native people.
yalN3nNorth Itelmen
Kamchatka (Russia)
laa (la'a)Tongan language
Austronesian language, spoken on the islands of Tonga.
laaNiue (Niuean)
(Niue island). One of the Polynesian languages, very close to Tongan language.
la (kala ?)Hawaiian
One of polynesian languages (Austronesian language family), spoken at the Hawaiian islands. In the past it was the main language on Hawaiian islands.
laaFotuna (Erronan - Alternate name)
Futuna-Aniwa is the Polynesian language spoken on the islands of Futuna and Aniwa in Vanuatu. It is also occasionally called West-Futunan to distinguish it from East-Futunan spoken on Futuna and Alofi in Wallis and Futuna
la, mahana (?)Samoan language
Samoan is the language of the Samoan islands, comprising the Independent country of Samoa and the United States territory of American Samoa.
mahanaDufaure
Du Faure. Papua New Guinea.
mahanaMangaian
Mangaian is a Polynesian language spoken in Mangaia, the most southerly of the Cook Islands and the second largest (1,300 inhabitants) after Rarotonga. Mangain is a dialect of Rarotongan.
hana Paumotan
(Paumotu), spoken at the archipelago of 78 coral islands in Pacific ocean (a part of France Polynesia).
rimataRoviana
Spoken on the Island of New Georgia, Solomon Islands. (Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania).
oumati (ra; a - ?) Marquesan
East-Central Polynesian dialect, of the Marquesic group, spoken in the Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia.
riAncient Chinese
rei, hei, p-reCoptic
(ancient language). Spoken as a Sacred Language of the Coptic Orthodox Churches. (Egyptian-Coptic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa)
rir (rig)Tabassaran
Tabassaran, or Tabasaran, is a Northeast Caucasian language spoken in southern Dagestan by approximately 95,000 people.
.
Old Slavic
(ancient language)
ranaHausa
(Harshen Hausa) a Chadic language (a branch of the Afroasiatic language family) spoken by 40 million people of Northern Nigeria and southern Niger
raraNimbia
a dialect of the Gwandara language (northern Nigeria)
rana; cin (?) Guazi
Afroasiatic Chadic
nanaArabishi
Nigeria?
nanaGaraku
Nigeria
nanaGitata
Nigeria
nanaGwagwa
Nigeria
nanaKarshi
Nigeria
daaranKushi (?)
Chadic branch of Afroasiatic macro family
deBrahui
Spoken in Pakistan. Also spoken in Afghanistan, Iran and Turkmenistan.
dinayaraRajasthani
Rajasthani is an Indo-Aryan language of India, whose number of speakers are estimated up to 80 million people. It is spoken chiefly in the state of Rajasthan but also in Gujarat, Haryana and Punjab.
aeBurmese
Official Language of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Burma).
laoTujia
Tujia is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in China (north-western Hunan Province and south Hubei Province) by about 70,000 people. Nearly all Tujia speakers are bilingual in some dialect of Chinese and many young Tujia prefer to use Chinese when communicating among themselves.
tjirntuNgaanyatjarra
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
ketingeEipomek
Mek; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
tekenentai (zekeze ?)Abaga
Abaga is a nearly extinct Kalam language of Papua New Guinea. It appears to be related to Kamono and Yagaria.
ngusitAwara
Awara is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea (Morobe Province). It is part of a dialect chain with Wantoat, but in only 6070% lexically similar.
izi, idiBinandere
Binanderean; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
iziAeka
A language of Papua New Guinea
'ijiKorafe
Binanderean; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
ijiGaina (Bareji Dialect)
Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
ijiGaina (Karoto Dialect)
Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
ikiMomuna
Momuna; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
ijiOrokaiva
Binanderean; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
sowoAghu
Awju-Dumut Trans-New Guinea, Asia
wotaAgi
Agi is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
ofoAimele
Aimele, or Kware, is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
avgwoAkoye
Akoye, also known as Lohiki or Maihiri (Mai-Hea-Ri), is an Angan language of Papua New Guinea.
wayanApali
Apali (Apal), or Emerum, is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea. Aki (Aci) is a dialect.
woAmbai
South Halmahera - West New Guinea; Austronesian; Asia
veBarai
Koiarian; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
marAlamblak
The Alamblak language is spoken in the Angoram District of East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea.
mwakAmal
A language of Papua New Guinea
phieArawum
Arawum is a nearly extinct Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
inaAnam
Anam is a language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
inapaAnamgura
Anamgura (Anamuxra), or Ikundun, is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
inalaIamalele
Papua New Guinea
anLikum
Austronesian language family. Papua New Guinea
anLindrou
Austronesian language family. Papua New Guinea
anDrehet
Austronesian language family. Papua New Guinea
naAmbulas
Middle Sepik; Sepik; Australia & Oceania
nanaGwahatike
Gwahatike (also called Dahating or Gwatike) is a language generally classified in the Warup branch of the Finisterre family of FinisterreHuon languages (Papua New Guinea).
aun; uwah**Bumbita Arapesh
A language of Papua New Guinea
nuaAmaimon
Papua New Guinea (Trans-New Guinea, Madang, Croisilles, Pihom, Amaimon)
wanAmol
Amol, also Alatil or Aru, is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
wanBragat
Bragat is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
aun; wahBukiyip
Bukiyip (Bukiyup), or Mountain Arapesh, is an Arapesh language of Papua New Guinea.
u?wahAbu
Abu, also known as Ua, is an Arapesh language (Torricelli) of Papua New Guinea.
na:ðiKenati
Papua New Guinea.
ane; aniBunaGavien-Ariapan-Kakara
Papua New Guinea
ane; aniBunaWaskurin
Papua New Guinea
amiMuratayak
Muratayak, also Asat or Yagomi, is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
emimAmbakich (Arango Dialect)
Ambakich is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea
emAmbakich (Yaut Dialect)
Ambakich is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea
emAmbakich (Ombos Dialect)
Ambakich is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea
mAmbakichPorapora
Ambakich is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea (East Sepik Province).
am3; amaBepour
Bepour is a nearly extinct Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
am; 3mKein
Kein, also known as Bemal, is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
amBaimak
Baimak is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
amIsebe
a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea
amNobonob
Papua New Guinea
amAmele
Madang; Trans-New Guinea
amForak
one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
amGal
Gal is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
anautGinuman
Ginuman is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
nataialeAore
Aore is a recently extinct Oceanic language spoken on Aore Island, just off Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
iyo; padah; popo'nah; iyoAwa
Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
aabaumaAwiyaana
Awiyaana (Auyana) is a Kainantu language of Papua New Guinea. (Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania).
mayAwtuw
(Autu), also known as Kamnum, is spoken in Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea. It is a polysynthetic language closely related to Karawa and Pouye. It is an endangered language, being widely replaced by Tok Pisin.
saweAwyu, Asue
Trans-New Guinea
sa'wa?Awyu, Central (Nohon Dialect)
Trans-New Guinea
sa'wa?Awyu, Central (Taim Dialect)
Trans-New Guinea
'saweAwyu, Central (Busiri Dialect)
Trans-New Guinea
'sowaAwyu, Central (Ketah Dialect)
Trans-New Guinea
seraAwyu, South (Yenimu Dialect)
Trans-New Guinea
seraAwyu, South (Syiagha Dialect)
Trans-New Guinea
amBau
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania;
orBiak
South Halmahera - West New Guinea; Austronesian; Asia
sing; sing niriBongu
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
hewaDuna
Duna; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
meuka; taniEkari
Wissel Lakes-Kemandoga; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
moDani, Lower Grand Valley (Hitigima Dialect)
Dani; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
moDani, Lower Grand Valley (Tangma Dialect)
Dani; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
moDani, Upper Grand Valley
Dani; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
fo; hoSiane
Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
moYali
Dani; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
oonegen; yawo*Dani, Western
Dani; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
nitaEnga
Engan; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
maiyaFasu
Fasu; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
ikonaGadsup
Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
kalamGarus
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
mapaHamtai
Angan; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
mapa (tiqa)Menya
Angan; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
pubKalam
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
dzoanKate
Finisterre-Huon; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
dzianKate (Wamora Dialect)
Finisterre-Huon; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
'sinda; pubKobon
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
to:sKorowai
Awju-Dumut; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
andeKuman
Chimbu; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
netaKyaka
Engan; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
tendeMairasi
Mairasi-Tanahmerah; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
ataanTelefol
Ok; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
atanTifal
Ok; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
tanMian
Ok; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
emondaniMoni
Wissel Lakes-Kemandoga; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
ururoWarembori
South Halmahera - West New Guinea; Austronesian; Asia
re; rereIrarutu
South Halmahera - West New Guinea; Austronesian; Asia
reiKombai
Awju-Dumut; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
raprNend
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
araTauya
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
orawaiWaropen
South Halmahera - West New Guinea; Austronesian; Asia
ora; sebaMor
South Halmahera - West New Guinea; Austronesian; Asia
woremWaskia
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
woromUsan
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
kasuk; kasupNabak
Finisterre-Huon; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
gaatNankina
Finisterre-Huon; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
madza|'-eOmie
Koiarian; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
kaiweOno
Finisterre-Huon; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
kiSiroi
Madang; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
okisaRawa
Finisterre-Huon; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
dewutaSelepet
Finisterre-Huon; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
waikoSuena
Binanderean; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
kauriTairora
Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
satWambon
Awju-Dumut; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yegeYagaria
Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
hein, hengYale (Kosarek)
Mek; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
ririwa (?)(sunshine)Angave
Papua New Guinea
nyilaBaruya
Papua New Guinea
maiya; sere maiya Fasu Namo Me
Papua New Guinea
yaMaisin
Papua New Guinea (Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania)
ete Guhu-Samane
Papua New Guinea
ehoRumu
Papua New Guinea
taMende
Papua New Guinea
atan_aOksapmin
Papua New Guinea
zgeKamano-Kafe
Papua New Guinea (Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia and Oceania)
kaeMengen
Papua New Guinea
kalasMuyuw
Papua New Guinea (Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania)
pisarNehan
Papua New Guinea (Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania)
kaakanooka (sunrise) Waffa
Papua New Guinea
okomba (sun or sunlight)Walsa (Waris)
Papua New Guinea (Border; Border; Australia and Oceania, Asia)
gunzitWantoat
Papua New Guinea (Finisterre-Huon; Trans-New Guinea; Australia and Oceania)
garoSinaugoro
Papua New Guinea
vara; varangMolima
Papua New Guinea
warAbui
Greater Alor, Timor-Alor-Pantar, Asia
warangKairiru
Papua New Guinea (Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania)
varaeSudest
Papua New Guinea (Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania)
naareKewa
Papua New Guinea (Engan; Trans-New Guinea; Australia and Oceania)
arawItbayaten
Austronesian language family. Philippines
arawPhilippine language
(Philippino)
araw Tagalog
(or Filipino, its standardized version) - one of the main languages of the Philippines. Belongs to the western branch of Philippine zone of Austronesian family of languages.
arawYami (Tao)
Austronesian language family. Taiwan. (Batanic; Austronesian; Asia)
arew; arevArmenian
arevArevmdahayeren
-
arevAncient Armenian
In ancient Armenian language basic words aroused presumably 2000-2500 years ago when the forming of armenian ethnos had complited
roKomodo
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara)
liroBimanese
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara)
lesoManggarai
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara)
eza (*); thngai (tnay)Khmer
Khmer, or Cambodian, is the official language of Cambodia, where it is spoken by about 12 million people. There are also 2.5 million speakers abroad, mainly in Vietnam and Thailand. Khmer belongs to the Mon-Khmer group of the Austro-Asiatic family.
preahatit; tnayKhmer
Official language of Cambodia. Also spoken in Vietnam.
lezaNgadha
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara)
leroSika
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara)
loyoKedang
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara)
lodoHawu
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara)
ledoRotinese
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara)
agew, banuaPangasinan language
Pangasinan, one of the Philippines languages of Austronesian language group, spoken in Pangasinan province.
adlawWaray
Regional language in the Philippines. 2.6 million speakers. Self-name: Winaray.
adlawCebuano
Spoken on the Islands Cebu, Bohol, Negros Oriental, western parts of Leyte, some parts of Samar, Negros Occidental, Palawan, Biliran, Masbate, Mindanao, etc., Philippines. Over 16 million speakers.
adlawHiligaynon
Spoken on the Islands of Iloilo Provinces, Negros Occidental Province; Panay Island Group, Mindanao, etc., Philippines.
adlawAklanon
Austronesian language family. Philippines
atdao; atdawChamoru
Chamorro (or Chamoru) is an Austronesian language spoken by about 47,000 people (about 35,000 people on Guam and about 12,000 in the Northern Mariana Islands in the Pacific Ocean)
aldawBinukid
Spoken on the Island of Mindanao, Philippines.
aldawPalawan Batak
Austronesian language family, Taiwan
aldewAgta, Casiguran Dumagat
one of the languages of the northeastern part of the large northern Philippine island of Luzon
aldewAgta, Dupaninan
one of the languages of the northeastern part of the large northern Philippine island of Luzon
aldewAgta, Pahanan
one of the languages of the northeastern part of the large northern Philippine island of Luzon
algew; initBontok
Austronesian language family. Philippines (Northern Luzon; Austronesian; Asia).
algew; initCentral Bontok
Philippines
apseng; initBontocGuinaang
Philippines
apsengBontok Ili Bontoc (?)
Philippines
argewMa-init Bontoc
Philippines
alEton Vanuatu
Eton is a small Oceanic language of Vanuatu, in the southeast of Efate Island.
aloBaetora
Baetora, or South Maewo, is an Oceanic language spoken on Maewo, Vanuatu.
aloTagabawa
Tagabawa is a Manobo language of Davao City and Mount Apo in Mindanao, the Philippines.
alo (aro)Hula
(N. Guinee) New Celebes (*)
alloTae'
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Sulawesi)
alloMakasarese
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Sulawesi)
aloAraki
An endangered language of Vanuatu in the South Pacific, spoken by only 8 speakers today; an Oceanic language spoken in the small island of the same name, close to Espiritu Santo island, in northern Vanuatu.
aloRaga
Austronesian language family. Vanuatu
aloTangoa
Austronesian language family. Vanuatu
aloAmblong
an Oceanic language spoken in the south of Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu. .
aloFortsenal
( - Kiai) a vernacular of a native people in the highlands of the central Espiritu Santo Island, Sanma Province, Republic of Vanuatu.
aloaMarino
Vanuatu
aloSouth Malo
Tamambo, or Malo, is an Oceanic language spoken by 4,000 people on Malo and nearby islands in Vanuatu.
aloMorouas Batunlamak
North-West part of Vanuatu
aloMerlav
Mwerlap is an Oceanic language spoken in the south of the Banks Islands in Vanuatu.
aloMerlav Merig
an Oceanic language spoken , -, in Vanuatu
aloMorouas
Morouas (Moruas) is an Oceanic language spoken in central Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
aloLakona
Lakona (Lakon) is an Oceanic language, spoken on the west coast of Gaua island in Vanuatu.
aloHano
Hano ( - Raga) is the language of northern Pentecost island in Vanuatu.
aloPeterara
Central Maewo, also known as Peterara after one of its dialects, is an Oceanic language spoken on Maewo, Vanuatu.
aloNokuku
Nokuku (Nogugu) is an Oceanic language spoken in the north of Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
aloNorth Malo
Vanuatu
aloWuvulu-Aua
The language is one of three Western Admiralty Islands languages, the other two being Seimat and the extinct Kaniet. The language is spoken on Wuvulu and Aua Islands by 1500 people in the Manus Province of Papua New Guinea. Austronesian language family.
*aloProto-Micronesian
Austronesian language family.
ellewYakan
Philippines.(Sama-Bajaw; Austronesian; Asia)
alonganMaranao
Spoken in the Provinces of Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur, Philippines.
ealoBaetora Narovorovo
Baetora, or South Maewo, is an Oceanic language spoken on Maewo, Vanuatu. There is a large degree of dialectal diversity.
yaloBaetora Nasawa
Vanuatu
ealoBaetora Navenevene
Vanuatu
ealoBaetora Tam
Vanuatu
saldanBicol
Philippines
qadawPaiwan
Austronesian language family, Taiwan
qardawPandan
the Philippines
qaldiwIriga (Agta)
Southern Philippines (Luzon, Bicol region, Camarines Sur Province, east of Iriga city, west of Lake Buhi).
adlawKagayanen
The Kagayanen language is spoken in the province of Palawan in the Philippines.
adlawKinaray-A
Kinaray-a is an Austronesian language spoken mainly in Antique Province in the Philippines.
qaldawLibon
Philippines
qadlawMasbatenyo
Masbateno or Minasbate is a Bicol-Visayan language spoken by more than 600,000 people, primarily in the province of Masbate in the Philippines.
qadlawNorthern Sorsogon
the Philippines
qaldawLegazpi
Philippines
qaldawNaga
Kuki-Chin; Sino-Tibetan; Asia. There are three dialects - Mao, Tangkhul, Zeme.
qaldawSouthern Catanduanes
Southern Catanduanes Bikol, or Virac, is one of the Bikol languages of Catanduanes in the Philippines.
tadauKadazan
Austronesian language family. Malaysia (Sabah)
aldoKapampangan
Austronesian language family. Philippines.
llaw (ilaw-?)Pangutaran Sama
Spoken on the Island of Pangutaran and the Islands of Palawan Province. Philippines.
algoIfugaw
Austronesian language family. Philippines
alPelipowai
Austronesian language family. Papua New Guinea
alSeimat
Austronesian language family. Papua New Guinea
al South Efate
Language spoken on the island of Efate in Central Vanuatu, Melanesia, in the South Pacific.
lo (???)Benabena
Papua New Guinea
loVures (Vureas)
Vanuatu (Banks Islands, island of Vanua Lava)
loMosina Vetumboso
Vanuatu (Banks Islands, island of Vanua Lava)
na-loMotlav
Austronesian language family. Vanuatu
loaMota
Mota is an Oceanic language spoken by about 750 people on Mota island, in the Banks Islands of Vanuatu.
loroTetum
It's one of the native language of East Timor {Indonesia), also named "Timor Lorosa'e" where "loro" = sun and "sa'e" = to rise... Austronesian group of languages.
awloTina Sambal (Sambali; Tina)
Spoken in Luzon, Philippines.
yaal (?)Yapese
One of five National/Official Languages of the Federated States of Micronesia. Spoken in the State of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia. (Yapese; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania)
*elaw (e )Proto-Sangiric
Austronesian language family
t'aai; aai; t'aaik; taai; taaik; tahahiKiribati
Kiribati is a Micronesian language spoken mainly in the island of Kiribati, an island nation of 32 atolls in the central tropical Pacific Ocean. It has about 60,000 speakers.
l'araWaimaha
Waimaha is an endangered language from the world's newest independent nation, Timor Lorosa'e, or East Timor. The Tucanoan language family. Barasano is spoken by about 500 people in Colombia and Brazil. Other names are Barasano; Waimaja; Bara; Tuyuca
aalanguage of the Cocos Islands aborigines
Cocos (Keeling) Islands the group of 27 small coral islands in Indian ocean.
archewKhinina-ang Bontok
The language spoken in Guina-ang, Bontoc, Mountain Province, the Philippines
valiBunun
is spoken by the Bunun people of Taiwan. It is one of the Formosan languages, a geographic group of Austronesian languages
valiBunun
, Indonesia
valiIsbukun
southern Taiwan
valiTakebakha
a language of Taiwan
valiTakbanuad
a language of Taiwan
ri; taiyang (astronom.); ritouChinese
The main representative of Sino-Tibetan language family. This is the oldest written language in the world
taiyangGon ua
One of the major divisions of the Chinese language spoken in Jiangxi province
taiyangMandarin
Chinese; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
()Erzya language
The Erzya language is spoken by about 260,000 people in the Northern and eastern and north-western parts of the Republic of Mordovia and adjacent regions of Nizhniy Novgorod, Chuvashia, Penza, Samara, Saratov, Orenburg, Ulyanovsk, Tatarstan and Bashkortostan in Russia. The language belongs to the Mordovinic branch of the Uralic languages.
()Moksha
Moksha language is a member of the Mordovic branch of the Uralic languages with around 130,000 native speakers. Its closest relative is the Erzya language. Moksha is also considered to be closely related to the extincr Veshcherian and Muromian Languages. Finno-Ugoric language family
Mari
Mari; Uralic; Eurasia. A member of Finno-Ugoric language family. Mari is closely related to the Mordovic languages.
saBurushaski
Burushaski, the language of the Burusho people, is a language isolate spoken in northern Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.
sa
Dialect of Burushaski language. The North of Kashmir, India.
cam; kham, zunaRomani
(or Romany or Gipsy) is the language of the Roma and Sinti, who came originally from now northern India and parts of Pakistan. It is an Indo-Aryan language (like Hindi, Gujarati, etc.). Romani is spoken by a total of 4.8 million people in 42 European countries, including Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Bulgaria and Slovakia.
khamNagameza
India (*).
anwu (- ??)Igbo
The language of Igbo people (Igboid; Niger-Congo; Africa). Spoken at the South-East Nigeria. More than 18 million people speak Igbo. There is an opinion that Igbo ancestors came from African Grate Lakes and Luna Mountains (East and Central Africa) to settle the place where Sahara desert dominates now. The desertification forced the people to migrate ahead to the South and to the North.
(?)Yiddish
Germanic; Indo-European; Europe, Asia
zhanJingpho
or Kachin, is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Burma and China by about 900,000 people.
Luganda
language of the Uganda people (Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa)
nw~3rNorthern Pashto
Northern Pashto or Northeastern Pashto, sometimes known as Yusufzai Pashto after its principal subdialect, is a Northern dialect of Pashto spoken in northern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan and northeastern Afghanistan.
nw~3rOghi Pashto
Pakistan
nw~arPeshawar Pashto
Pakistan
ftb, lmar, nwarPushtu
(Pashto, Pashtu, Afghani) Eastern Iranian language spoken by the Pashtun in eastern Afganistan and Northern Pakistan. Pashto is an Indoeuropean language (Iranian branch).
Yagnobi
The native language of Yagnobs, living in Tajikistan (about 3,000 Yagnobi speakers) (Iranian branch)
Yasgulem
The native language of Yasgulems, living in Tajikistan (Iranian branch)
oftabSarikoli
the language is a member of the Pamir subgroup of the the Southeastern Iranian languages spoken by Tajiks in China.
ftbDari
Literature language of Western and Eastern Iranians (Perses, Tadjiks and other), spoken from the end of 9th up to the beginning of 16th centuries on the territory of Central Asia, Iran, Afganistan, Azerbajan and the northern-western part of India. Dari is similar to Tajik and Persian languages.
aftab, suraj, shamsUrdu
Indo-European language, that aroused in 13 century. An official language in Pakistan. Urdu and Hindi are cognate languages.
oftobShugnan
Shugnan is one of the Pamir languages of the Southeastern Iranian language group. Spoken in the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province in Tajikistan and Badakhshan Province in Afghanistan.
oftobShahmirzadi
Shahmirzadi belongs to the northwestern branch of the Iranian languages
aftEwSemnani
Semnani is one of the local languages of the Semnan Province of Iran.
oftobTajik (Tadjik)
The official language of Republic of Tajikistan. Tajik is also spoken in Uzbekistan, Tyrkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan.
oftobYaghnobi
A North-East Iranian language spoken by a minority group in Tajikistan.
Gilyak (Nivkh)
Gilyak or Nivkh is a language spoken in Outer Manchuria, in the basin of the Amgun (a tributary of the Amur), along the lower reaches of the Amur itself, and on the Northern half of Sakhalin.
Tat language (Tat (Muslim)
Tat (or Tati) language is a Southwestern Iranian language spoken by th Tats in Azerbaijan, Iran and Dagestan in Russia. Its written form is related to Middle Persian Pahlavi. It is also closely related to Judeo-Tat.
, Judeo-Tat (Juhuri)
Spoken in Israel.
aptapUighur (uyghur) language
One of two official Languages in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. Also Spoken in Afghanistan, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, etc.
tafukt; tafut; tafuytTamazight
Spoken in Morocco, Algeria
tafukt; ittijKabyle (or Kabylian) language
Kabyle is a Berber language spoken in Kabylie, a region of Algeria. There are about 5 million speakers in Algeria, and a total of 7 million speakers worldwide.
tav, roj, ro, xor, xur, xursid, hetav, semsKurdish
n Indo-European language (belonging to the Iranian branch, like Persian), spoken in Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey by the Kurds (25 million speakers).
teli; celi; seliti (The God of the sun)Selkup
Spoken in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Siberia, Russia (Samoyedic; Uralic; Eurasia)
tirktir; terkiChukchi
Chukchi is a Paleosiberian language spoken by Chukchi people in the Eastenmost extremity of Siberia, mainly in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug. Chukchi-Koryak branch of Chukchi-Kamchatka family.
tijktijKoryak (or Nymylan)
the language of Koryaks, the main population of inhabitants of Koryak national county (RF).
titk-titAlutor
Alutor is a language of Russian Federation that belongs to the Chukchi-Koryak group of Chukotko-Kamchatkan languages. Unwritten.
tijktijChawchuven
Northeast of Siberia
titk--n Palana
Northeast of Siberia
titkpKaragin
Northeast of Siberia
ketipinPohnpeian
One of five official Languages of the Federated States of Micronesia. Spoken in the State of Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia.
hi (pronounced [hee]), taiyou, ohisamaJapan
Altai language family. People in western area of Japan often use 'ohisan'.
ohisanKyokotoba
Kyo-kotoba, a dialect of Japanese spoken in Kyoto.
ti'upProto-Ainu
Ainu languages are a small language family originally spoken on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido
tidaShimayumita
The Kikai language (Shimayumita) is spoken on Kikai Island (southwestern Japan).
tidaMyaakufutsu
the language spoken in the Miyako Islands, located southwest of Okinawa.
tidaTarama-Minna hogen
Language spoken in the Miyako Islands (Japan).
tida* (tidan)Sani Amami
The language is spoken in the Amami Islands (Japan)
tidaShuri
Okinawan language (Japan)
teNdoTakarajima Japanese
tidaTaketomi () Yaeyama
the Yaeyama Islands, the southernmost inhabited island group in Japan
shinor-hukAleut
(also known as Unangan) is a language of the Eskimo-Aleut language family. It is the heritage language of the Aleut people living in the Aleut Islands, Pribilof Islands, and Commander Islands.
nullTongan
Tongan language is an Austronesian language of the Polynesian branch spoken in Tonga (Tonga Islands, South Pacific) (200000 speakers).
nij (nay); zabwe:Burmese
The national language of Burma where it is spoken by 32 million people as a first language. It uses the Burmese script, derived from the Mon script and ultimately from the Brahmi script. Burmese belongs to the Tibeto-Burman group, which is part of the Sino-Tibetan family.
niMizo
Mizo is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken mainly in India (in Mizoram, a northeast Indian state), but also in Myanmar and Bangladesh, by about 700,000 people.
ee [i:]Ketic (Ket)
(Yenisei Ostyak) is a Siberian language long thought to be an isolate, the sole surviving language of an Yeniseian language family. It is spoken along the Yenisei basin by the Ket people.
diell (dialectical - diill)Albanian
Albanian is the official language of Republic of Albania. Also spoken in Serbia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovenia, Italy, etc.
dieLAlbanian, Gheg
one of the variety of Albanian (like Arvanitika)
Selkup
Selkup language is the language of the Selkups, belonging tj the Samoyedic group of the Uralic language family. It is spoken by some 1500 people in the region between the Ob and Yenisei Rivers (in Siberia).
The Inca language
the language of Incas, Peru.
aca (?)Oropom
(Oworopom) is an African language almost certainly extinct. The language was purportedly once spoken by the Oropom people in northeastern Uganda and northwestern Kenia.
ukatisiXhosa
(Xhosa) The Xhosa language is one of the official languages of South Africa.
ayya Krongo
Kadugli; Kadugli; South Sudan, Africa
ayaKeiga
Kadugli; Kadugli; South Sudan, Africa
i:yaTumtum
Kadugli; Kadugli; South Sudan, Africa
ndan; aya Katcha
Kadugli; Kadugli; South Sudan, Africa
indin; ayaKadugli
Kadugli; Kadugli; South Sudan, Africa
ten; eaTulishi
Kadugli; Kadugli; South Sudan, Africa
ndal; ayaKanga
Kadugli; Kadugli; South Sudan, Africa
andan; ayaTumma
Kadugli; Kadugli; South Sudan, Africa
ndal; aya Miri: (Hill)
Kadugli; Kadugli; South Sudan, Africa
wi []Lakota (Lakhota, Lakotah)
Lacota is a Siouan language spoken by the Lacota people of the Sioux tribes (North America)
wi []Dakota
Siouan, North America. The language of native americans (*)
taawaHopi
Hopi; Uto-Aztecan; North America
aesng ta venLao(laotian)
Thai language family
tawan (coloqual); phra-aathit (high language), suriya (mythological)Thai
Thai (Siamese) is the official language of Tailand. Tai is a member of the Tai group of the Tai-Kadai language family. Over half of the words in Thai are borrowed from Pali, Sanskrit and Old Khmer. Spoken Thai is mutually intelligible with Laotian.
tafuk, tafukt, iafukt Berber
That is a family of similar or closely related languages and dialects indigenous to North Africa.
t3f7ukTamajeq Tayart Air
It is spoken by the Tuareg people inhabiting the Air Mountains, in the Agadez Region of Niger.
tafuytTamazight Central Atlas Ayt Izdeg
The language in central part of Marocco
8afuS8Tamazight Central Atlas Ayt Ndhir
The language in central part of Marocco
tafuktTamazight Central Atlas Ntifa
The language in central part of Marocco
tafuktTashelhit Ida Usemlal
Berber language in Southern Morocco
8fuyc8(8fuS8)Tarifit
Tarifit is a Northern Berber language of the Zenati subgroup, spoken mainly in the Moroccan Rif by about 2,5 million people.
tfust Tarifiyt Berber
That is a family of similar or closely related languages and dialects indigenous to North Africa.
(ancient)
farnahPersian (?)
TS'ahay (tsehay); jambarAmharic (Ethiopian)
Amharic is a Semitic language spoken in Ethiopia. It is the second-most spoken Semitic language in the world, after Arabic, and the official working language of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.
tai-YangMandarian
hnubHmong/Mong
a dialect continuum of the West Hmongic branch of the Miao languages, sometimes known as the Chuanqiandian Cluster, which is spoken by the Hmong people of Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi, northern Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos.
hxo bbuNuosu Yi
Nuosu Yi (Sichuan Yi, Nuosu, Northern Yi) is mainly spoken in Sichuan and Yunnan Province, China.
haulWelsh
(also Wales language language, self-name: Cymraeg y Gymraeg) - ( language, ), languages, (pronounced 'heil')
heolBreton
languages, , ( ) . language.
howl (hawl)Kernowek
(. Cornish - language , branch language family (dead XVIII .) language - .
(The Kola Peninsula),
qorraxSomali (Afsoomaali)
Soomaaliga. Somali language (Somali, , Ethiopia, Kenia, Yemen). Belongs to Cushitic branch of Afrasian family of languages.
ruC; rX~uCParachi
The Parachi language is an Iranian language. Parachi is spoken by some 600 individuals of the Paracha ethnic group in Afghanistan
rochBalochi
(or Baluchi, Baloci or Baluci) is spoken in Balochistan, but also in Pakistan (where it is one of the nine official languages), eastern Iran and southern Afghanistan. There are about 8 million speakers. It is a Northwestern Iranian language, closely related to Kurdish.
rocZazaki
the language of Zaza people (Northwest group of iranian languages of Indoeropian family). The east Turkey.
righTabasaran language
(Khanag). The language of Tabasarans. Spoken Dagestan (Russia).
ragh Lezgi
Northeast group of Caucasian languages
Tsakhur language
Spoken Ritul region od Dagestan and Northern part of Azerbaijan.
viraghKryts
(Kryz; Krytz) is a Northeast Caucasian language spoken in southern Dagestan. There are about 5,000 speakers.
viraghBudukh
(or Budugh) is a Lezgic language from the Northeast Caucasian family. There are less than 1,000 speakers, in the region of Quba (northern Azerbaijan).
viryghRitul language
Dagestan (Russia).
viryghTsakhur
Northern Azerbaijan and southwestern Dagestan (Russia).
Shapsug
Shapsugs are a Circassian tribe of the Adygh branch, who are currently living in the Tuapsinsky District (Tuapse) of Krasnodar Krai, Lazarevsky City District of Sochi, and in the Republic of Adygea, all in Russia.
Adyghe
North-west Caucasus
Kabardian
Northwest Caucasian; Northwest Caucasian; Eurasia
Kabardian-Circassian
the language of Kabardins and Circassians (Abhaz-Adygh group of Caucasian languages).
ndyaUbykh
Ubykh is an extinct Northwest Caucasian language once spoken by the Ubykh people (who originally lived along the eastern coast of the Black Sea before migrating to Turkey in the 1860s).
ghrianIrish
(Celtic; Indo-European; Europe)
grianScottish Gaelic
Scottish Gaelic is a Celtic language, like Irish and Manx. It is spoken by less than 60,000 people in Scotland, and the number of speakers is declining despite attempts to revive the language.
grianManx language
(Gaelg, Gailck)- one of the Celtic languages, spoken on Manx island (Ellan Vannin) in Irish sea.
ghrianScottish
grianGaeilge
Language of Scotchmen inhabiting North (Mauntain) part of Scotland and Hebrides.
an ghrian, grianIrish-Gaelg
Irish (Gaeilge), also referred to as Gaelic or Irish Gaelic, is a Goidelic language of the Indo-European language family, originating in Ireland and historically spoken by the Irish people.
a'ghrianGaidhlig Celtic
language related Scottish
yoCara
The language of native americans, Barbacoan language family
yoTsafiki
The language of native americans (Barbacoan; Barbacoan; South America)
Even
(formely known as Tungus language) Tungus-Manchurian branch of Altai language family
jelozhe [jel'o:d'E]Forest Yukaghir
(Southern Yukaghir) also known as Kolym, Kolyma. 10 to 50 speakers as of 1989. Paleo Siberian language in Eastern Siberia, last spoken in the forest zone near the sources of the Kolyma, divided between the Sakha Republic and the Magadan Oblast, previously in the wider area of the upper Kolyma region.
Tundra Yukaghir
(Northern Yukaghir) 30 to 150 speakers as of 1989. Paleo Siberian language in Eastern Siberia, last spoken in the tundra belt extending between the lower Indigirka to the lower Kolyma basin. Formerly spoken in a much wider area extending to the Lena basin in the west.
ewiaAkan
(also known as Twi and Fante) is the principal native language of Akan lands in Ghana and southeastern Cote d'Ivoire. The language came to the Caribbean and South America, notably in Suriname spoken by the Ndyuka and in Jamaica by the Jamaican Maroons known as Coromantee, with enslaved people from the region.
asisNandi
(*) Nilotic; Nilo-Saharan; Africa
asistaKipsigis
a Nilo-Saharan language spoken in Kenya by the Kipsigis tribe (470,000 people). It's a dialect of Kalenjin, along with Nandi and Keiyo.
mzeGeorgian
Georgia
bza; bzora; mza; mzhora Laz
Laz (Lazuri) is spoken by approximately 220,000 native speakers, mostly in the Black Sea littoral area of Northeast Turkey, and with some 30,000 in Adjara, Georgia. Along with Mingrelian it forms the Zan branch of the South Caucasian (Kartvelian) language family.
bza; mzaMingrelian
Mingrelian has about 500,000 native speakers, mainly in the Samegrelo region of Western Georgia. It is a Kartvelian language, closely related to Laz.
mashMeroitic
Extinct language of ancient kingdon Meroe, spoken in Nile Valley on the territory of modern Egypt and Sudan in the period of 8 century BC - 4 century AC
mulhIngush
Ingush is a Northeast Caucasian language spoken by about 300,000 people, known as the Ingush, across a region covering the Russian republics of Ingushetia and Chechnya.
mulhChechen
Nakh; Nakh-Daghestanian; Eurasia
Andi
(Andiy, Qandisel, Qwannab) is a Northeast Caucasian language (Avar-Andic) (Southwest Dagestan Republic, Botlikhsky district. 9 villages)
Akhvakh
The Akhvakh language (also Axvax, Akhwakh) is a Northeast Caucasian language from the AvarAndic branch. Ethnologue lists 6500 speakers.
Ghodoberi
a Northeast Caucasian language group. Spoken in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia.
Tindi
a Northeast Caucasian language group, Dagestan
Karata
a Northeast Caucasian language group, Dagestan
Bagvalin
a Northeast Caucasian language group
Chamalal
a Northeast Caucasian language group (Dagestan)
mihiBotlikh
Botlikh is spoken in villages of Botlikh region of Dagestan as well as on plain parts of Dagestan. A Northeast Caucasian language group (4000 speakers )
Svan
This is one of Kartvelian languages. Spoken at the northwest Georgia Mestia and Lentehskii districts that form the Svaneti historic region.
Khinalug
a Northeast Caucasian language group, Azerbaijan
mbangSara
The Sara languages comprise over a dozen BongoBagirmi languages spoken mainly in southern Chad; a few are also spoken in the north of the Central African Republic. They are members of the Central Sudanic language family.
bunanDyirbal
(Djirubal, Jirrbal) one of the endangered languages of the aborigines of Australia, that is spouken on the North of the Queensland State of Australia.
Megrelian
Mingrelian or Megrelian is a Kartvelian language spoken in Western Georgia (regions of Samegrelo and Abkhazia), primarily by Mingrelians. The language was also called Iverian in the early 20th century.
Dargwa
One of 14 official languages of the Republic of Dagestan, Russia. Also spoken in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
Khvarshi
a Northeast Caucasian language group, Dagestan
Tsez
a Northeast Caucasian language group, Dagestan
Hunzib
a Northeast Caucasian language group
Hinukh
a Northeast Caucasian language group
barghLak
a Northeast Caucasian language group, the Southern part of Dagestan
(beghI)Udi
a Northeast Caucasian language group. Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkmenistan.
bel, beilRohingya
(indo-iranian) (*)
beliAssamese
India language
[boq]Bezhta
a Northeast Caucasian language group.
Avar
Avar is a language that belongs to the AvarAndic group of the Northeast Caucasian family. It is spoken mainly in the western and southern parts of the Russian Caucasus republic of Dagestan, and the Balaken, Zaqatala regions of north-western Azerbaijan.
Udi
Udi is a member of the Lezgic branch of the Northeast Caucasian language family.
Lak
The Lak language is a Northeast Caucasian language forming its own branch within this family. It is the language of the Lak people from the Russian autonomous republic of Dagestan
barqArchi
Archi is a Northeast Caucasian language spoken by the Archis in the village of Archib, southern Dagestan, Russia, and the six surrounding smaller villages.
() Dargin
The Dargin (or Dargwa) language is spoken by the Dargin people in the Russian republic Dagestan.
beaivvas Sami
or Saami or Same, is an Uralic language spoken by the Sami people (20,000 speakers) in parts of northern Finland, Norway, Sweden and extreme northwestern Russia.
beaivvas (beaivi)Lappish
North Saami language, that is spoken in Sapmi (a Region which includes Northern Finland, Norway, Sweden and Northwestern Russia).
pjejjvSaami (Kildin)
Saami; Uralic; Eurasia
peivvSkolt Sami
Over 250 speakers in Finland. Approximately 20-30 speakers in Petsamo (Pechengsky District), Russia.
paavalikiLivonian
(western Latvia)
paikeEstonian
Estonian is the official language of Estonia, spoken natively by about 1.1 million people in Estonia. It belongs to the Finnic branch of the Uralic language family.
paivVoro
part of the Finnic branch of the Finno-Ugric languages, this language is spoken by 70000 people in Estonia.
paivaine Karelian
Finnic; Uralic; Eurasia
paivyt, paiva, paivanenFinnish
paavanOlonets
a dialect of Karelian language
Lapland
Lapland is the largest and northernmost region of Finland.
Kerek
Kerek language belongs to Chukchi-Kamchadal family. It can be considered as one of Koryak dialects.
napHungarian
Ugric; Uralic; Europe
nopCsango
an old Hungarian dialect, is currently used by only a minority of the Csango population group.
napraiKokota
Spoken on the Island of Santa Isabel, Solomon Islands.
naange; pat (?)Fulfulde
(also known as Peul, Fula, Fulani, Pulaar or Pular). It belongs to the West-Atlantic group of the Niger-Congo family (like Wolof). It is spoken by 13 million people in West Africa, from Senegal and Guinea to Cameroon and Sudan.
naange ngePulaar
(Northern Senegal dialect)
naangeJelgoore
Fulfulde: Jelgoore (Western Africa and Central Africa).
naangeYaagaare
Fulfulde (Western Africa and Central Africa).
naangeGurmaare
Fulfulde (Western Africa and Central Africa).
naangeMoosiire
Fulfulde (Western Africa and Central Africa).
choiBuglere
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family
moese; moi; mweseLingala
The language is used in Zaire on north and south banks of Congo river. The central group of Congo zone of Bantu language family. Trere are about one million of speakers. As they say, 'Lingala language is a mediator, formed by Bobanga and Ngala languages mixing'.
mihr
eyAbau
Abau is a Papuan language spoken in the Sandaun Province of Papua New Guinea, primarily along the shores of the Sepik River. In 2002, there were estimated to be between 4,500 and 5,000 speakers...
haroNakanai
Austronesian language family. Papua New Guinea
aroLusi
Austronesian language family. Papua New Guinea
narangBonan
The Mongolic language of the Bonan ethnic group of China. It is spoken by about 8,000 people in Gansu and Qinghai provinces in northwestern China.
nik-tauMing-deng-ngu
(Min Dong Chinese, Eastern Min) (The South of China, Vietman). The standart form of Min Dong Chinese is a Fuzhou subdialect. Fuzhou is a center of the Min Dong Chinese dialect spreading.
ni taoChinese Fuzhou dialect
ngit-teuHakka
also rendered Kejia, is one of the major languages within the Sinitic branch of Sino-Tibetan and it is spoken natively by the Hakka people in southern China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
nijBurmese
is the official language of Myanmar. A member of the Burmese-Lolo branch of the the Sino-Tibetan language family spoken by about 21 million people in Burma (Myanmar).
jit-thauMin Nan; Southern Min
(Ban-lam-guu) The China branch of the the Sino-Tibetan language family
jit-thauAmoy (Zhangzhou, Tainan)
Chinese; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
lit-thauAmoy (Quanzhou, Taipei)
Chinese; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
yat tau (taiyeung)Cantonese
(or Standard Cantonese), is a variant of Cantonese (Yue) Chinese. It is commonly spoken in Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Macau, and by many overseas Chinese. There are about 71 million speakers.
tshavHmong Daw
(or Mong) is a dialect continuum of the West Hmongic branch of the Hmongic languages South China, North Vietman, Laos, Tailand, Myanmar (11 million people)
istanu; astanu()
:
dwng xathityThai
Thai Language is the Official Language of the Kingdom of Thailand.
praatit (or praahtit) (*)Thai
macaq; puqlanerNaucan Yupik language
(Naucan Yupik) Eskimo branch of Eskimo-Aleut family. There are only about 100 speakers.
macaq; puqlanerYupik
(Central Alaskan Yupik) is an Eskimo-Aleut language spoken by about 10,000 people in Alaska.
eguzkia, eguzkiBasque
(self-name: Euskara) - language of Basque people, inhabit the North part of Spain and South region of France. Basque language originates from Aquitaine language, used in Aquitaine state before the Roman conquest untill the Medieval.
Mordvin
language of people inhabit the Mordovian autonomous region and nearby towards Volga river.
kuarasyTupi
(. lingua tupi) language of Tupi tribes that inhabit the Brazilian coast at the time of Portuguese come (the language died 300 years ago)
kuarahyGuarani
(Avane'e) Indian language, spoken in some South America countries, one of the two state languages of Paraguay. The language belongs to the Tupi-Guarani subfamily of the Tupian languages.
letsatsiSesotho (South Sotho)
Lesotho, language of Bantu family, Republic of South Africa, Botswana. Also in Lesotho, where it is the national language.
letsatsi; lelaka (archaic) Sepedi, Northern Sotho
The language of Bantu family (Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa). Spoken by over 4.2 million people in the South African provinces of Mpumalanga, Limpopo and Gauteng.
letsatsiTswana
The language of Bantu group (Sotho-Tswana subgroup), spoken at the South of Africa (Botswana, SAR).
iLangaXhosa
one of the official languages of the South Africa. There are about 7,9 million speakers.
ilangaZulu
the language is a member of the Niger-Congo languages family. The Zulu language used to be solely an oral language untill contact came from Euripean Christian missioneries in the 19th centure. 10 million people speak Zulu and most of them live in South Africa.
li-langaSwazi
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
weiDuala
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
nanguPunu
Hmong-Mien; Hmong-Mien; Asia
riuaKikuyu (Gikuyu)
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa (Kenya)
limiSukuma
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
ntanguKikongo
Kongo or Kikongo is one of the Bantu languages and is spoken by the Kongo and Ndundu people living in the tropical forests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
ntanguKituba
Creoles and Pidgins; other; Africa
rikumbiKimbundu
Luanda, Bengo, Malanje, Cuanza Norte in Angola (Africa)
dibaTshiluba
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
etangoKwanyama (Oshikwanyama)
Language of Namibia
lizaziLozi
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
srengengeJuvanese
is the language of the Juvanese people from the central and eastern parts of the island of Java, in Indinesia.
srengengeThe Banyumasan language
colloquially known as Basa Ngapak, spoken on the island of Java, is usually considered a dialect of Javanese in modern language classification.
jant; janta; naajWolof
One of the official languages of Republic of Senegal. Spoken also in Gambia and neibouring countries of West Africa.
au (gadepa ?)Ari
The South-West part of Ethopia.
aduu; biiftuuOromo
the language of Oromo (Afan Oromo) people living in Ethopia and in the North of Kenia. The language of Cushtic branch of Afro-Asiatic language macro family
ud; utu Sumerian
the language of ancient Sumerians, thet was spoken in South Mesopotamia in IVIII millenniums BC. About 2000 BC Sumerian language was ousted from the speech by Akkadian language
babar (*)Sumerian
the territory of modern Iraq
en-dama, ndamaMaasai language
Maasai is a east Nilotic language, spoken in south Kenia and north Tanzania by Maasai people. (Nilotic; Nilo-Saharan; Africa).
veciFali of Kirya
(Kirya-Konzel) the north-east Nigiria
mukuMiya
West Chadic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
puusMwaghavul
West Chadic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
bweRon
West Chadic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
piteDyarim language
Central Nigeria
diAwak
Awak (Awok) is one of the Savanna languages of eastern Nigeria.
iTieBekwarra
Bekwarra is a Bendi (BenueCongo) language of Nigeria.
utinEfik
Nigeria (Cross River; Niger-Congo; Africa)
tin; utinOron
Oro (Oron) is a Lower Cross River language of Nigeria.
tin; utinEfai
Nigeria and Cameroon.
tinEtebi
Nigeria
tinEkit
Nigeria
tinIko
Iko is a Lower Cross River language of Nigeria.
hotiNgamo
one of the Yobe languages, Nigeria
hottuBadaga
Southern Dravidian; Dravidian; Asia
hottu (*)Kannada
Dravidian; India
wanShan
Spoken in the Union of Myanmar (Burma) and Thailand.
vacuFataluco (-u)
Spoken in East Timor (a state in South-West Asia, occupying the East half of Timor island)
doabo Badwee
Cameroon
duao; jweaheaKoonzime
Cameroon branch
juaSwahili
(Kiswahili) The major language of Bantu and the most important language of East and Central Africa.
juaShimaore
(or Mahorais in French), is the lingua franca of Mayotte, a French-ruled Comorian island. It is spoken by about 80,000 people. Shimaore is a Bantu language.
yuvaHerero
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
zuaZaramo
Pwani Region and Dar es Salaam in Tanzania (Africa)
uva; li-amLuragoli
Kenya and Uganda
uva; li-am (?) Kanuri
Spoken in Chad, Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria and Sudan.
zuva KKoMZShona (chiShona)
One of the two official Languages of Zimbabwe. Also spoken in Mozambique, Zambia and Botswana. (Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa).
zuwaTumbuka
(Chitumbuka) Spoken in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia.
dzuva; ilidzuvaBena
Bena is a Bantu language spoken by the Bena people of the Iringa region of Tanzania.
ezuvaKwangali
Kwangali, or RuKwangali, is a Bantu language spoken by 85,000 people along the Okavango River in Namibia, where it is a national language, and in Angola.
zubaNkhonde
A language of Tanzania.
zubaSenga Chama
Eastern Zambia.
zubaSenga Chipata
Eastern Zambia.
zubaShi
Shi, or Nyabungu, is a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
izuba (zuba)Kinyarwanda
(or Rwanda) is a Bantu language spoken by 7.2 million people. Kinyarwanda is mutually intelligible with Kirundi, an official language of Burundi. Spoken in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, Congo.
izubaHangaza
Hangaza is a Bantu language spoken by the Hangaza people of Tanzania.
izubaHa
Ha, also known with the Bantu language prefix as Giha, Ikiha, or Kiha, is a Bantu language spoken by the Ha people of the Kigoma Region of Tanzania
izubaIla
Ila (Chiila) is a language of Zambia.
i'zubaKinyindu
This language is spoken in Lwindi, East of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
i-zuba Kirundi
Spoken in Burundi, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Congo-Kinshasa.
eryobha; obhaSizaki
Tanzania
iryobha (ryobha)Ikizu
Ikizu (Ikikizu, Kiikiizo) is a Bantu language spoken by the Ikizu peoples of Tanzania.
aizobo; eizoba; eizooba; zobaChiga
(also called Rukiga, Ruchiga, Kiga) Uganda, Africa
eizoba (izoba)Haya
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
ilisuva; suvaHehe
Hehe is a Bantu language spoken by the Hehe people of the Iringa region of Tanzania.
risuba; subaKwaya
Kwaya is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
lisuba; subaJita
Jita is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
jova; lijovaKisi
a Bantu language of Tanzania.
zu; ezuBu
Bu-Ninkada (Ibut, Abu, Jida) is a Plateau language of Nigeria. The two dialects, Bu and Ninkada, are ethnically distinct.
zuva; izuvAsu
?? Asu is the name of two languages: Asu language (Nigeria), spoken in Western Nigeria. Asu language (Tanzania), spoken by the Gweno people in the Kilimanjaro Region of Tanzania.
zuGade
Nupoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
zuaKwere
Nghwele, or Kwere, is a Bantu language of the Morogoro and Dodoma regions of Tanzania.
azo; azuDasenech
Dasenech (Daasanach) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken by the Daasanach in Ethiopia,
usuBeni
?
ilisuvaHehe
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
liuva; uvaOluluyia
Kenia (Africa)
lyubha; ubhaBende
Tanzania
lyuwaMatengo
Matengo is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
liuwaMwera
Not to be confused with Mwera (Nyasa) language. Mwera Cimwera Spoken in Tanzania
lua**Tuburi-Fianga
(Africa) Other names for the Tuburi language: (Bang-Ling, Bang-Were, Faale-Piyew, Honya, Mata, Ndoore, Ndore, Podokge, Tongoyna, Toubouri, Toupouri, Tupuri).
uwaTshiluba
the Democratic Republic of the Congo
ubaNande
a Bantu language; Congo, Africa
jubaLuba-Lulua
the language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
jubaHoloholo
Holoholo is a Bantu language of DR Congo and formerly in Tanzania spoken by the Holoholo people on either side of Lake Tanganyika.
jubaSongola Ulindi
a minor Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
juwaKaonde
Kaonde (kiiKaonde) is a Bantu language spoken primarily in Zambia but also in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
cubaSongola Kasenga
Songola (Songoora), or North Binja, is a minor Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
gubaSongye
Songe, also known as Songye, Kisonge, Lusonge, Yembe, and Northeast Luba, is a Bantu language spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
eyuvaOtjiherero
The Herero language (Helelo, Herero, Otjiherero) is a language of the Bantu subfamily of the NigerCongo group. It is spoken by the Herero and Mbanderu peoples in Namibia and Botswana.
yuwa; zaziSilozi
Lozi, also known as siLozi and Rozi, is a Bantu language of the NigerCongo language family, that is spoken by the Lozi people, primarily in southwestern Zambia and in surrounding countries.
rubaGweno
Tanzania
ruwa; waKibosho
Tanzania, Africa.
i; irua livaaSiha
a Bantu language of Tanzania
iruba; iruwa; ruwaTaita
Taita, or Dawida, is a Bantu language spoken in the Taita Hills of Kenya.
izuva; i'aziMa'a
Maa (or Mbugu) is a mixed language of Tanzania.
izuvaNormal Mbugu
The Mbugu people live scattered in the Usamhara mountains in Tanzania, where the dominant language is. Shambaa (Bantu). There are two varieties of the Mbugu language: A variety which is similar to the Bantu language Pare, called the 'normal' or 'high'. Mbugu
dzuwaSouth Central Dinka
Nilotic; Nilo-Saharan; Africa
dzuwaChichewa
(also known as Chewa, Nyanja or Chinyanja), is a Bantu language spoken in south-central Africa. It is the national language of Malawi, the third most widely used language in Zimbabwe after Shona (a close relative) and Ndebele, and it is also spoken in Mozambique and Zambia. There are 9.3 million speakers.
dyibiJowulu
Jowulu, also known as Jo or ambiguously as Samogho, is a minor Mande language of Mali
diobaKukele
The Kele language, Kukele (Bakele, Ukele), is an Upper Cross River language of Nigeria.
diyuwaMashi ( !)
Mashi (Kamaxi), or Kwandu, is a Bantu language of Zambia and Angola.
diyuwaGova
a Bantu language of Zambia and Angola. (?)
dyuba; mwinyaSiluba, Ciluba
one of the Congo languages (Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa)
eryuba; engarayi y'omwisiKinande
Congo and Uganda
eryuba; ubaSaamia
Samia (Saamia) is a Bantu language spoken by the Luhya people of Uganda and Kenya.
eryubaKonzo
The Konjo (Konzo) language, variously rendered Rukonjo, Olukonjo, Olukonzo and Lhukonzo, is a Bantu language spoken by the Konjo people of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It has a 77% lexical similarity with Nande.
irioba; obaKuria
Kuria is spoken by the Kuria peoples of Northern Tanzania, with some speakers also residing in Kenya.
iryobha; obhaKuria Tarime
Tarime and Musoma Rural districts (Northern Tanzania), near Kenya border
enjuba; musanaOluganda
Luganda (or Ganda, Oluganda) is one of the major languages in Uganda and is spoken by five million Baganda and other people principally in Southern Uganda, including the capital Kampala.
iliywa; liywaLuyana
Luyana (Luyaana), also known as Luyi (Louyi, Lui, Rouyi), is a Bantu language spoken in Zambia
liywaKwandi
Zambia
liywaMbowe
Mbowe (Esimbowe) is a Bantu language of Zambia.
hdiywaMbumi
Zambia
elyubaLuluhya
Spoken in Kenya and Uganda.
elyubaAppleby
Kenya and Uganda
elyubaLutura
Kenya and Uganda
eliubaLuwanga
Kenya and Uganda
eliubaWanga
Kenya and Uganda
lyubaIdakho
Kenya and Uganda
uuva; sanaYao
Spoken in Malawi, Mozambique.(Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa)
juaShimaore
(Maore Language) - the country of Mayotte (Africa)
njuwaKoti
Mozambique
nsuwaEmakhuwa
Mozambique
suwaTuwuli
The Bowili (Bowiri) language, Tuwuli (Liwuli, Siwuri, Tuwili, Tora), is spoken in the Volta Region of Ghana.
nzuaEchuwabu
Mozambique
juwa Kimwani
Mozambique
ncuwaEmakhuwa Emeetto
Mozambique
liduvaMakonde (Shimakonde)
Language of Mozambique (Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa)
suba (?); h-Eng (?)Bemba (?) Basaa (Bassa, Basa, Bisaa, Basaa)
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa. Spoken mostly at the Northern Zambia, mainly in Northern provinces, and in the Luapule and Copperbelt provinces as well.
nduwaTakwane
Language of Mozambique
nsuwaLonwe (Elomwe)
Language of Mozambique
ndhuwaEmakhuwa Emarevoni
Language of Mozambique
suTaram
It has traditionally been considered a dialect of Daka. Nigeria
su'uSamba Daka
Nigeria
zuAghem Wum
North West Region of Cameroon
zu, izuAghem
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Nigeria, Africa
zuaBondei
a Northeast Coast Bantu of Tanzania
zua (ua)Nghwele
Ngh'wele, or Kwere, is a Bantu language of the Morogoro and Dodoma regions of Tanzania.
zuva; uvaNyiha Tanzania
zuvaNyungwe
Nyungwe (Cinyungwe or Nhungue) is a Bantu language of Mozambique.
zuva (dhuva)Pare
Pare (Kipare), also known as Asu (Casu, Chasu, Athu, Chathu), is a Northeast Coast Bantu spoken by the Pare people of Tanzania.
zuvaCindau
Language of Mozambique
zuvaPare Sud
zuvaPare Tanzania
()
zubaShona Karanga
one of the Central Shona variety (Zimbabwe)
zyobaSumbwa
Sumbwa is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
zuwaShona Manyika
Zimbabwe
zuwaShona Ndau
Zimbabwe
yusaNgom Kele
Kele is a Bantu language of Gabon. Dialects of the Kele language are scattered throughout Gabon. Ngom (Angom, Ungomo) is used with only minor differences by the Kola/Koya Pygmies. It is spoken on both sides of the border with the Republic of the Congo.
yuwaNgoni
Ngoni is a Bantu language of Zambia, Tanzania, Mozambique.
susoMe'en
Me'en (also Mekan, Mie'en, Mieken, Meqan, Men) is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken in Ethiopia by the Me'en people.
subaNgumbo Taabwa
Taabwa (Ichitaabwa), or Rungu (Malungu), is a Bantu language of Congo and Zambia spoken by half a million or so people.
mu; subaNyakyusa
Nyakyusa, or Nyakyusa-Ngonde, is a Bantu language of Tanzania and Malawi spoken by the Nyakyusa people around the northern end of Lake Malawi.
subaRegi Tanzania
Kara, or Regi, is a Bantu language of Tanzania, spoken off Ukerewe Island in Lake Victoria
cuaDigo
Digo (Chidigo) is a Bantu language spoken primarily along the East African coast between Mombasa and Tanga by the Digo people of Kenya and Tanzania.
cuwaDuruma
Duruma is a settlement in Kenya's Kwale County. Chi-Duruma is the local dialect of Mijikenda language.
uwa; cuwaNyanja
Nyanja (also known as Chewa) is a Bantu language spoken by over 15 million people in southern Africa.
juaNyanja Nyasa
south-central Africa
uaPemba
Pemba island, Tanzania Arabic Jazirat al-Khu?rah island in the Indian Ocean, lying 35 miles (56 km) off the coast of East Africa, opposite the port of Tanga, Tanzania.
zoboNkore Kiga
Nkore-Kiga is a language spoken by around 3,910,000 people living in the extreme southwest of Uganda.
iso li busa; dakabusaNgombe
Ngombe, or Lingombe, is a Bantu language spoken by about 150,000 people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
isaana; sanaGwere
Gwere, or Lugwere, is the language spoken by the Gwere people, a Bantu people found in the eastern part of Uganda.
cuba; isiHunde
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
ora; raKolokuma-Opokuma
Nigeria
oraKabou
not found yet
oroa; ruaWest Tarakiri
Banks of the Nun and Forcados Rivers in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria.
urauKolokuma
Southern Nigeria
urauEkpetiama
central Bayelsa State, Nigeria
urauOyakiri
Nigeria
urauIzon
Nigeria
wurauApoi
Nigeria.
uwurauEast Tarakiri
Nigeria, Africa
uwurau; wuraOgboin
???
uwurauGbarain
Nigeria
uwurauIkibiri
Nigeria
owura; wuraOperemo
Africa
owurauOporomo
Africa
oruwaBiseni
Biseni (Buseni) is one of three small Inland Ijaw languages of Nigeria.
iwuraIjo
the language spoken by the Ijaw people in southern Nigeria.
ewuAkunnu
Nigeria, Africa
anw~uIgbo Onitsha
Nigeria
a5anw~uEchie
the Echie language, an Igboid language spoken in Southern Nigeria.
εhwεbεIkwere
Nigeria
|am|Ganda
The Ganda language, Luganda, is one of the major languages in Uganda, Africa
!am; |amsaG/wi
G/wi or Glui (sometimes spelled Dcui) is a Khoisan language of Botswana
|amHiechware
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group (Africa)
!am (lam)||Gana
- : - .
|am //Ani
Other known names and dialect names: Handa, Handa-Khwe, Handadam, Handakwe-Dam, Ts'exa, |Anda; Central Khoisan; Khoisan; , Africa
ε=wuEkiromi
Africa
wi:Bwamu
Burkina Faso
kujoBozo (Tigemaxo)
Western Mande; Niger-Congo; , Africa
kubu non**Jenaama Bozo-1
Western Mande; Niger-Congo; Africa
kubuJenaama Bozo-2
, Africa
ki:Jenaama Bozo-3
, Africa
kubuJenaama Bozo-4
, Africa
hu:sun; usanteBoko
Eastern Mande; Niger-Congo; Africa
mi[nomBamukumbit
a Grassfields Bantu language spoken in Cameroon.
seBakaka
Cameroon
5aBabong
Cameroon
5aBalondo
Cameroon
5ENMienge(Bassossi)
Cameroon
5ENNninong
Cameroon
5EaManehas
Cameroon
eton dyow; seBaneka
Cameroon
igb~e; elovlovMokpe
Southern Cameroon
digbaBarambo
The language spoken in the northeast of Congo (Africa).
fianaBankon
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
fotoBirgit
Birgit (also known as Bergit, Birgid, Berguid) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southeastern Chad
awe; wilAfi Amanda
Nigeria
awe (?)Afi
southern Taraba State, Nigeria
o*fa*tE*Bokobaru
Nigeria
fet; fetaIk
The Ik language, also known as Icetot, Icietot, Ngulak, or (derogatory) Teuso, Teuth, is one of the Kuliak languages of northeastern Uganda (Africa)
fetaEast Chadic
Africa
f3taMasana Pogo
Massa (or Masana, Masa) is a Chadic language spoken in southern Chad and northern Cameroon.
fataCentral Chadic
Africa
fata (fatta, fadta)Musey
Musey is a Chadic language of Chad and Cameroon.
afataWest Chadic
Africa
fatBaka
one of the Central Chadic languages (endangered language) spoken in the Mandara mountains of Northern Cameroun.
fatMoloko (Melokwo)
the language of the people in the Mandara mountains (Northern Cameroon)
fatMuyang
the language of the people in the Mandara mountains (Northern Cameroon)
fatOuldeme
Camerunian branch
fatMundat
Mundat is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria in the Mundat village of Bokkos LGA.
fatMubi
Mubi (also known as Moubi) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in central Chad.
fatKulere
Kulere (also known as Tof, Korom Boye, Akandi, Akande, Kande) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria.
fatMada
Mada is a regionally important Plateau language of Nigeria
fatRon Monguna
Ron (also known as Challa, Chala) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria. Dialects include Bokkos, Daffo-Butura (incl. Mangar), Monguna.
fatTambas
Tambas (also known as Tambes, Tembis) is a West Chadic language spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria.
fataMasa
The Masa languages are a group of a dozen closely related Chadic languages of West Africa.
patMerey
Camerunian branch
patZulgo
Camerunian branch
afatsMatal
Matal, also known as Muktele and Balda, is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in northern Cameroon.
afaDuwai
one of the Yobe languages, Nigeria
afaBade
one of the Yobe languages, Nigeria
afaNgizim
one of the Yobe languages, Nigeria (West Chadic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa)
fatiKarekare
one of the Yobe languages, Nigeria
ifa; ifateBusa
Nigeria, Africa
jira fatDuhwa
Duhwa, or Karfa (also Kerifa, Nzuhwi) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nasarawa State, Nigeria.
ombe; oniGevove (Bubi)
, Africa.
moniBubi
Bube, Bohobe, or BubeBenga (Bobe, Bubi), is a Bantu or Bantoid language spoken by the Bubi, a Bantu people native to, and once the primary inhabitants of, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea (Africa).
liViri
Belanda Viri (Bviri, Belanda, Biri, BGamba, Gumba, Mbegumba, Mvegumba) is a Ubangian language of South Sudan.
mgb$eBan Ogoi
Nigeria,
udraBirri
Central African Republic; Africa
diNkaNgaBotongo Dibole
Northern Congo
diNkaNga; moiDzeke Dibole
Republic of the Congo.
moiEdzama Dibole
Republic of the Congo.
moiKinami Dibole
Republic of the Congo.
moiMounda Dibole
Republic of the Congo.
tsetseBabessi
Wushi (Babessi) is a Grassfields Bantu language of Cameroon
ohoMadaka
Nigeria ???
awaBasketo
(also known as Basketto, Baskatta, Mesketo, Misketto, and Basketo-Dokka) Ethiopia
aritiBayso
Eastern Cushitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
tin; utinIbibio
Cross River; Niger-Congo; Africa
tin; utinIbino
Ibino (Ibeno), once known as Delta Ibibio, is a Lower Cross River language of Nigeria.
tin; utinIbuoro
Ibuoro is an Ibibio-Efik language of Nigeria.
utinIto
Nigeria
tin; utinIlue
Ilue is a Lower Cross River language of Nigeria.
tun; utunItu Mbon Uzo
Nigeria, Africa
tin; tunAnaang
the native language of the Anaang people of Nigeria.
ovorn~iFurupagha
Nigeria
agb~ala; wurauEast Olodiama
Nigeria, Africa
agb~alaGbaranmatu
Nigeria
agb~alaIduwini
Nigeria
agb~alaOgbe Ijo
Africa
agb~alaOgulagha
southern Nigeria
εhwεbεIkwere
Ikwere (Ikwerre) is a language spoken primarily by the Ikwerre people who inhabit Rivers State, Nigeria.
cazDizi
North Omotic; Afro-Asiatic (Sudan - Ethiopia)
kausu (midday sun)Kanuri
Spoken in the Chad, Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan.
???Kissi
Northern Kissi. Spoken in Guinea and Sierra Leone. Southern Kissi Spoken in Liberia and Sierra Leone.
tjero (?)Klao
Kru; Niger-Congo; Africa
weju (weyu)Carib
Spoken along the North Coast, Suriname. Also spoken in Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana and Venezuela.
wyangoGbari
Gbari is a Bantu language (like Lingala, Swahili or Zulu) spoken in Nigeria by about 300,000 speakers.
muni, moni, muiBangala
Bangala is a Bantu language spoken in the northeast part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in southern Sudan, and the extreme western part of Uganda.
zuwaTumbuka
is a Bantu language which is spoken in the Northern Region of Valawi and also in the Lundazi district of Zambia. It is also known as Chitumbuka - the chi-prefix in front of Tumbuka means "the language of"
wang'; chieng' Dholuo (Luo)
Dholuo or Nilotic Kavirondo, is the eponymous dialect of the Luo group of Nilotic languages, spoken by about 6 million Luo people of Kenya and Tanzania, who occupy parts of the eastern shore of Lake Victoria and areas to the south.
passarMidob
East Sudanic family, Nubian; Nilo-Saharan; Africa
masaNobiin (or Fadidja-Mahas)
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
masalOld Nubian
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
m'asilDongolawi
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
masilKenuzi
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
ezDilling
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
azuKadaru
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
engaltoDebri
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
izKarka
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
ioWali
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
?iziBirgid
East Sudanic family, Nubian group.
ko:s (kes)Modern Nara
Eastern Sudanic language family:
kosOld Nara
Eastern Sudanic language family:
ariTama
Eastern Sudanic language family:
ariErenga
Eastern Sudanic language family:
ariSungor
Eastern Sudanic language family:
ariMiisiirii
Eastern Sudanic language family:
iriIbiri
Eastern Sudanic language family:
iriAbuu Shaarib
Eastern Sudanic language family:
nin-anAma
Eastern Sudanic language family:
niziAfitti
Eastern Sudanic language family:
ko:rNarim
Eastern Sudanic language family:
korDidinga
Eastern Sudanic language family:
i:Tenuet
Eastern Sudanic language family:
i; kɔrMurle
Murle (also Ajibba, Beir, Merule, Mourle, Murele, Murule) is a Nilo-Saharan Eastern Sudanic language spoken by the Murle people, spoken in the southeast of South Sudan, near the Ethiopian border.
korBaale
Eastern Sudanic language family:
su?Suri (Chai)
Eastern Sudanic language family:
su?Mursi
Eastern Sudanic language family:
susoMe'en
Eastern Sudanic language family:
su:sKwegu
Eastern Sudanic language family:
wawiMajang
Eastern Sudanic language family:
bi:diAka
Eastern Sudanic language family:
b'i:diMolo
Eastern Sudanic language family:
bi:diKelo
Eastern Sudanic language family:
bi:diBeni Sheko
Eastern Sudanic language family:
telGaam
Eastern Sudanic language family:
nonu (nunu)Temein
Eastern Sudanic language (Sudan)
nanu?Doni
Eastern Sudanic language (Sudan)
nonu?Tese
Eastern Sudanic language (Sudan)
oxgohonLogorik
Eastern Sudanic language family:
xonCaning
Eastern Sudanic language family:
roneSila
Eastern Sudanic language family:
roneEref
Eastern Sudanic language family:
oroneNyala
Eastern Sudanic language family:
ro:neLagowa
Eastern Sudanic language family:
roneNyalgulgule
Eastern Sudanic language family:
ye (?)Ewe
Spoken in the Republic of Ghana and the Togolese Republic (Togo).
ohaShabo
, 600 - .
d'hwcnC'Lela
(Hausa family) Spoken in Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan and Togo.
uranaDamakawa
The Damakawa are a group of perhaps 500-1000 people living in three or four villages in Northwest Nigeria.
yinBeja
(Bedawi) Afro-Asiatic; Africa. The language is spoken in the western coast of the Red Sea by the Beja people. They number around two million people, and inhabit parts of Egypt, Sudan and Eritrea.
mukuMiya
one of the West Chadic languages
bweRun
one of the West Chadic languages
gweiBerom
Central Nigeria
gwiTahos
The Tahoss dialect of the Berom language (Central Nigeria)
gbeiAten
The Tahoss dialect of the Berom language (Central Nigeria)
gbeiOgoni
niger-congo, Nigeria (*)
gweyNincut
Central Nigeria
gbeyIten
Central Nigeria
weCara language
spoken in some nine villages in Bassa LGA, Plateau State, Nigeria.
igweAyu
Central Nigeria
wiMabo
Central Nigeria
wFyem
Central Nigeria (Platoid; Niger-Congo; Africa)
pusShall
spoken in Shall village in Bauchi State, Central Nigeria.
pusZwall
spoken in Lere district, Central Nigeria.
wiAdara (or Kadara), Eda
A Plateau language of Nigeria
inono; i-yawishUkaan
The Ukaan language, are spoken around Auga and Kakumo, directly south of Kabba near the Niger-Benue Confluence in Nigeria. There are three dialects: Auga, Ikaan, Ishe.
u-num (ge-cinum)Kulu
One of the Plateau language, Central Nigeria
eno (???)Idoma (Akpa, Akweya)
(Nigeria) The eight Idomoid languages are found in central Nigeria mostly south of the Benue River southwest of Makurdi, but three languages are north of the river. The principal language is Idoma (700,000). A number of peoples, including the Agala, Iyala, Okpoto, Nkum, and Iguwale, are classified as speakers of distinguishable Idoma dialects, which belong to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family of languages.
e; nen (nen - very approx.)Akoose
a Northwest Bantu Language (Cameroon, Africa)
ununKuturmi
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
i-numHasha
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
n-neRigwe
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
onne; oroma (God)Ake
Ake (Aike, Akye) language, spoken in four villages in Nassarawa State, Nigeria.
kunomIzere
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
u-nomGanang
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
yinomFiran
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
onumNyankpa
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
onweJijili
The Jijili language, Tanjijili, also known as Ujijili, is a Plateau language of Nigeria.
num (God)Idu
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
nomHyam
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
noTesu
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
ulom (?)Ahwai
Ahwai is one of the Plateau languages of Nigeria. There are three mutually intelligible dialects, Ndun (Nandu), Nyeng (Ningon), and Shakara (Tari).
ulomNdun
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
ulomShakara
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
olum Eggon
Eggon (also Egon, Ero, Mo Egon, Hill Mada, or Mada Eggon) is one of the BenueCongo languages spoken in Nigeria. The Eggon language is spoken by a large number of people in Nassarawa State in Central Nigeria.
alumTarok
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
royIten
One of the Plateau language (the centre of Nigeria)
uoDefaka
Nigeria (Ijoid; Niger-Congo; Africa)
onuAyere
Ayere is a divergent VoltaNiger language of Nigeria, closely related only to Ahaan.
oorun; orunYoruba
(self-name: - ede Yoruba) is a Niger-Congo language spoken in Benin, Nigeria, Togo.
osoroAkum
a Nigerian language. At least six languages are either linguistically or geographically close to Akum. These languages are: Beezen, spoken in the Cameroonian village of Kpek; Isu, a dialect of Aghem spoken in the village of Isu; Jukun (listed in ALCAM as Njikum 701), a Nigerian language spoken in Fru Bana; and the three Nigerian languages of Ns, Lidzi, and Lisa, spoken in villages of the same names.
eokwan (equan)Nauruan
a Micronesian language spoken in Nauru, an island nation in the Micronesian South Pacific. It has 6,000 speakers, approximately 50% of the population.
dzang; faiSirzakwai (or Warji)
West Chadic language. The Sirzakwai language is spoken in Bauchi State, Darazo LGA, Ganjuwa district, and Ningi LGA, Warji district and in Jigawa State, Birnin Kudu LGA.
fishiGere
one of the West Chadic languages
daarangKushi (= Goji)
one of the West Chadic languages
cinGyazi
one of the West Chadic languages
piteZul
The Zul language is a South Bauchi language related to Geji. One of the West Chadic languages.
piteDyarim
The Dyarim language of Central Nigeria
pis (bis)Sakun (Sukur)
Spoken in Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria.
yegi; yedjiiMenda
North West Province, Cameroon
gedziiAwi
North West Province, Cameroon
gejiEgbeachuk
North West Province, Cameroon
empumBaraka
North West Province, Cameroon
ompumAchama
North West Province, Cameroon
empumetcheTanka
North West Province, Cameroon
tintsiEmuah
North West Province, Cameroon
letsatsi, ma-Setswana
the most widely dispersed Bantu language in Southern Africa. Official Language of Republic of Botswana and Spoken in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia.
tsatsiTswana
Spoken in Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia
eenyiinga; eenyaangaBukusu
Kenya and Uganda (?)
woyneKoyra Chiini
Spoken in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger. (Songhay; Nilo-Saharan; Africa)
woynEDjenne Chiini
Mali (Africa)
we, webu, wiaKassem
Burkina Faso
wiaSissala
Burkina Faso
shi.kun'umu - sunsetYeyi
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
baanguCerma
Burkina Faso
siMakary Kotoko
Camerunian branch
soBaatonum
the language of the Bariba people of Benin and Nigeria
soaeaMbodomo
Camerunian branch (Gbaya-Manza-Ngbaka; Niger-Congo; Africa)
eyiEsimbi
Niger, Congo
ewuAkpes
Akpes is a dialect cluster spoken in Nigeria that forms a branch of the VoltaNiger languages; Benue-Congo family
eyefiEga
Cote d'Ivoire (Kwa; Niger-Congo; Africa)
mmokKenyang
Cameroon (Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa)
chue; iichfi-iyviKom
Cameroon
ese; kangaKoyo (Ekoyo, Kouyou)
Congo
eoooeMpyemo
Camerunian branch
ooacoaNomaande
Camerunian branch
ongonaTuki
Camerunian branch (Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa)
pac (lat.)Mbuko
Camerunian branch
potiBole
one of the Yobe languages, Nigeria
p?tfiBura
Nigeria
tiloo (tili)Mandinka
The Mandinka language (Mandingo) is one of the Mande languages spoken by millions of Mandinka people in Mali, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea and Ivory Coast.
wintoogo (Sunny)Moore
Spoken in Burkina Faso, Benin, Ghana, Mali, Senegal, Togo. (Gur; Niger-Congo; Africa)
noyn; woynSonghay of Hombori
(Humburi Senni) Burkina Faso, West Africa
wuntanaDagbani
(wuntoju - archaic form of wuntaia); a Gur language spoken in Ghana
jusa Rumanyo
(Gciriku) Language of Namibia (Bantu famely)
wayno, waynaZarma
Language Specific to Niger (Songhay; Nilo-Saharan; Africa)
waynaTasawaq
Tasawaq (Tuareg name: Tesawaq), sometimes also called Ingelshi, is a Northern Songhay language spoken by the Issawaghan (or Ingalkoyyu), a community surrounding the town of Ingal in Niger.
sangeNjwande
southern Taraba State, Nigeria
wil (?)Amanda
southern Taraba State, Nigeria
welgwanAfi/Amanda
southern Taraba State, Nigeria
gwewulenKamino
southern Taraba State, Nigeria
ekwen/ekweBuru
southern Taraba State, Nigeria
d'hwcnC'Lela
Nigeria
uranaDamakawa
Nigeria. (Possibly it is borrowed from Hausa language)
fwoətuGudu
Gudu (also known as Gudo, Gutu) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nigeria
luGengle
Kugama, or Gengle, is an Adamawa language of Nigeria.
fiTTeGeruma
Geruma (also known as Gerema, Germa) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nigeria.
hoFakai A
ut-Main or Fakai is a dialect continuum spoken by 36,000 people in the Fakai district of Nigeria.
hoKamuku
Nigeria
pisiGera
Gera (also known as Gerawa) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nigeria.
piziGalambu
Galambu (also known as Galambi, Galambe, Galembi) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nigeria.
faciyaGlavda
Glavda (also known as Galavda, Gelebda, Glanda, Guelebda, Galvaxdaxa) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Borno State, Nigeria and in Far North Province, Cameroon.
lomBashar
Bashar language, an alternative name for Yankam language, a moribund Plateau language of Nigeria. ???
Nw~aBatu Anwe
southern Taraba State, Nigeria
talBoghom
Boghom (also known as Bogghom, Bohom, Burom, Burum, Burrum, Burma, Borrom, Boghorom, Bokiyim) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria.
faraBoga
Boga (Boka) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in the Adamawa State of Nigeria.
bee**Burak
Nigeria
maeTur (Hdi)
Cameroon, Nigeria
onuEloyi
Language, spoken in Nassarawa State, Nigeria.
bisuwiNigeria Bali
Bali (also known as Bibaali, Maya, Abaali, Ibaale, or Ibaali) is a Niger-Congo language spoken by 100,000 people (as of 2006) in Demsa, Adamawa, Nigeria.
furEyBacama
Bacama (Bachama) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nigeria
nag3; wuna:yiBiafada
Northern Atlantic; Niger-Congo; Africa
viKwanka
Kwanka, or Kwang, is a dialect cluster of Plateau languages in Nigeria.
karaBile
Bile is one of the Southern Bantoid Jarawan languages of Nigeria.
ovaEdo
Nigeria
wise; woBu
Bu-Ninkada (Ibut, Abu, Jida) is a Plateau language of Nigeria.
faCiyaCineni
Cineni is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Borno State, Nigeria in the single village of Cineni. Roger Blench classified it as a dialect of Guduf-Gava.
b'w~eRon-Bokkos
Ron (also known as Challa, Chala) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria. Dialects include Bokkos, Daffo-Butura (incl. Mangar), Monguna.
uruBeezen
Beezen, spoken in the Cameroonian village of Kpek
daDo (Dong)
Nigeria
daPomo (Central)
Pomoan; Hokan; North America
la:Pomo (Eastern)
Pomoan; Hokan; North America
mgbeEleme
Nigeria
epepeIbani
Nigeria
ananiTee
Nigeria
pidiiPolci
Nigeria
ira; sooryaSinhalese language
(or Singhalese, or Sinhala), is the native language of Sinhalese people, who make up the largest othnic group in Sri Lanka, numbering about 16 million. Indo-Aryan group of Indo-Iranian branch of Indo-Europian language family. Sinhala has its own writing system, which evolved from the Brahmi script.
iruDhivehi
(Maldivian language), the official language of Maldives. It belongs to Indian (Indo-Arian) languages. The Dhivehi language is congenial to Sinegalese language, that is spoken in Sri Lanka and the roots of which are in Sanscrit.
iruBakwe
Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Africa
iruaKirike
Nigeria
iruaNembe
Nigeria
ulaMomi
Nigeria
echekiraMbembe
Nigeria
ereinMein
the language of the Niger Delta, Nigeria
kongalManga
a Kanuri language of Eastern Niger
paDompo
Ghana, Africa
epeniGonja
Ghana (?), Africa
tsa:ka, addo Dahalo
Kenya (Southern Cushitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa)
layDiola Fogny
Language spoken in Senegal (Northern Atlantic; Niger-Congo; Africa)
teleeVai
Niger-Congo
istanusHittite
The dead language of the Indo-Europian language family. The Hittites entered Anatolia some time before 2000 BC. While their earlier location is disputed, there has been strong evidence for more than a century that the home of the Indo-Europeans in the fourth and third millennia was in what is now southern Russia and the Ukraine.
, Iranian (?) language (Farsi? Persian?)
Olf Persian is the oldest recorded Iranien language
Tyrkic language (?)
ancient language, ( )
saso'Are'are (Ma'asupa)
Austronesian language family, Solomon Islands
satoLau
Austronesian language family. Solomon Islands
satoSa'a
Austronesian language family. Solomon Islands
saso'Are'are (Ma'asupa)
Austronesian language family. Solomon Islands
rato'Are'are (Waiahaa)
Austronesian language family, Solomon Islands
asoNortheast Ambae
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Papua)
eoBare'e
Indonesia (Sulawesi)
agewKankanaey
Austronesian language family. Philippines
koloWatubela
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Maluku)
leoErai
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Papua)
leraLeti
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Maluku)
lereYamdena
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Maluku)
leraFordata
Central Malayo-Polynesian; Austronesian; Asia
laraAru
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (*)
laruDobel
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Maluku)
liroBimanese
Indonesia (Nusa Tenggara)
endoTontemboan
Austronesian language family. Indonesia (Sulawesi)
lomGidra
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
lomAbam
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
lomDorogori
Dorogori is in Papua New Guinea and is nearby to Dorogor, Peawa and Kauruti.
lomKuru
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
lomPeawa
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
lomkoNgaPodari
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
lom koNgaUme
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
lom kongaZim
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
lom koNgaIamega
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
lom koNgaKapal
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
gʌŋgal; lom kongaWipi
Wipi, also known as Gidra, Jibu or Oriomo, is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
kom koNgaWonie
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
kom kh~oNkaGamaewe
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
goNgalGuiam
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
lam kogalYuta
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
kedawTboli
Austronesian language family. Philippines
?eosPalauan
Austronesian language family. Palau
asaRotuman
Austronesian language family. Rotuman
healoMono-Alu
Austronesian language family. Solomon Islands
oloMono
Mono, or Alu, is an Oceanic language of Solomon Islands reported in 1999 to be spoken by 660 people on Treasury Island (Mono proper), 2,270 on Shortland Island (Alu dialect), and 14 on Fauro Island.
na-?alNamakir (Makura)
Austronesian language family. Oceanic language of Vanuatu. It is spoken in North Efate, Tongoa, and Tongariki.
ya'iiJicarilla Apache
Athapaskan; Na-Dene; North America. The language of native americans
ya'aiWestern Apache
The language of native americans
jant (diante)Wolof
one of languages Atlantic group of Niger-Congo language family, one of the official languages of Senegal.
panon powe (means Eye of Day)Sundanese
The ethnic group native to the western part of the Indonesian island of Java. (Malayo-Sumbawan; Austronesian; Asia)
ji:laBunara
a language of Australia
cunduKarlamayi
a language of Australia
cinduTjalkadjara
Australian aboriginal language
cinduWaljen
Australian aboriginal language
budna-ndi; kawai; tane-ndiKaurna
South Australia.
tuniGuyambal
Australian aboriginal language
kili; tuniBigambal
Australian aboriginal language
ganirin; kunirinMalngin
Australian aboriginal language
branu**Ngardi
Australian Aboriginal language
wa:ndaWanayaga
Australian aboriginal language
rearraWychinga
South Australia
alenNE; mamaT; nawiyu; uteneCentral Arrernte
Northern Australia
nawi5Birrdhawal (Bidhawal)
Australian aboriginal language
marnnga (mannga)Burarra
The language of the aborigines of the Northern Australia. Official Language of the Burarra People (Tribe) and Gun-nartpa People (Tribe)
jarribir; marnngi; warlirrDjinang
The language of the aborigines of the Northern Australia. Official Language of the Djinang People (Tribe)
walu; 1arrngay; wa1irrGupapuyngu
The language of the aborigines of Australia. Official Language of the Gupapuyngu People (Tribe), Northern Territories, Australia.
waluYolnu-matha
Australian Aboriginal language
waluManggalili
Australia ?
waluMararba
Australia ?
yaraay Kamilaroi
The language of the aborigines of Australia. (also spelled Gamilaraay) is an Australian aboriginal language which was spoken over a vast area of north-central New South Wales when Europeans began colonising Australia.
kun-dungGunwinggu (Kunwinjku)
The language of the aborigines of Australia. Official Language of the Kunwinjku People, Gunbalanya Township, Kakadu National Park, Western Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia.
pun-nul; punnalAwabakal
The language of the aborigines of Australia. Awabakal continued to be spoken in the late nineteenth century by some older aboriginal people in the Swansea, Martinsville and Cooranbong areas.
pungaAyabadhu
Ayabadhu (Ayapathu), or Badhu, is an extinct Australian aboriginal language of the Paman family spoken on the Cape York Peninsula of Queensland, Australia. (*)
pungaPakanha
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia and Oceania (*)
gangirriny; wulngarnBilinarra
The language of the aborigines of Australia. Official language of the Bilinarra People (Tribe), Pigeon Hole (Pigeon Hole Station) or Bunbidee, Victoria Daly Shire, Walangeri Ward.
kangirriny; wulngarnGurindji
The language of the aborigines of Australia. Official Language of the Gurindji People (Tribe), Daguragu and Kalkarindji (Wave Hill), Victoria Daly Shire, Victoria River Region of the Northern Territory.
ngalanGuguyimidjir
The language of the aborigines of Australia. Official Language of the Guugu Yimithirr People (Tribe), Hopevale, Queensland, Australia.
manyij; muwarnIwaidja
Official Language of the Iwaidja People (Tribe), Croker Island and the Cobourg Peninsula, Western Amhemland, Northern Territory, Australia.
aijuma; aiyuma; alamuda; mama:wura; mamuraAnindilyakwa
Enindhilyagwa (also Anindilyakwa) is an Australian aboriginal language spoken by the Warnindhilyagwa people on Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia.
goeygaKala Lagaw Ya
Official language of the Kalaw Lagaw Ya People (Tribe), Torres Strait Islands (Saibai Island, Badu Island, Mabuaiq Island, etc.), Queensland, Australia.
karrpu; jirntuYulparija
Yulparija is of the Wati language family and therefore is related to the languages of the desert areas such as Warnman, Kartujarra, Manyjilyjarra, Kukatja, Nyiyaparli, Wangkajunga, Pitjantjatjara etc. (Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia and Oceania)
karrpu; jirrururnpaWarnman
Warnman is a Pama-Nyungan language belonging to the Nyungic South-West Group. It is one of the Wati subgroup related to the Western Desert aboriginal languages (Australia).
karrpu; janyjaNyangumarta
The Nyangumarta people originally came from the western side of the Great Sandy Desert. Australia.
juruThalanyji
Thalanyji country is traditionally located around the Ashburton River and Onslow areas (Australia)
juru Jiwarli
The language of the aborigines of the North-Western Australia
yagarangu; juru; juri Burduna
The language of the aborigines of the North-Western Australia
jirntu; juwanpa; karrpu; yanta; yarntaNyiyaparli
Nyiyaparli country is traditionally located to the south of the town of Marble Bar, and includes the area around the town of Newman and the pastoral stations of Roy Hill, Balfour Downs, Ethel Creek and others (Australia).
jirndalBayungu
The North-West Australian Aboriginal language
jirntuManyjilyjarra
The North-West Australian aboriginal language
jirntuMartu Wangka
The North-West Australian aboriginal language
yimingaTiwi
Tiwi [ti:wi] is an Australian aboriginal language spoken on the Tiwi Islands, within sight of the coast of northern Australia. It is one of about 10% of Australian languages still being learned by children.
yarnta; yarndaNgarluma
The North-West Australian aboriginal language (Ngarluma tribe, about 30 speakers of the language)(West Pilbara Region)
yaraaiGamilaraay (Kamilaroi)
Australian aboriginal language which was spoken over a vast area of north-central New South Wales when Europeans began colonising.
yarntaNyamal
The North-West Australian aboriginal language
gundungGunwinggu
Kunwinjku (or Gunwinjgu), also known as Bininj Gunwok or Mayali, is an Australian aboriginal language in northern Australia. Speakers live primarily in western Arnhem Land.
ngulungulu; purangu pirangu)Juwaliny
The North-West Australian aboriginal language
ngulungulu; parra Mangala
The North-West Australian aboriginal language
muwarn, mowan (muwan)Maung
Official Language of the Maung People (Tribe), Warruwi (Goulburn island) and on the north-west coast of Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia.
miriNangikurrunggurr
Official Language of the Ngan'gikurunggurr People (Tribe), Communities and/or outstations of Nauiyu, Peppimenarti, Wudigapildhiyerr, Nganambala, Merrepen, etc., Northern Territory, Australia.
miri (?)Mullukmulluk (?)
native language of America
mughalingMangerr
The language of Australian aborigines of the Giimbiyu tribe (Northern Australia)
yhi (*)Eulayhi
The Australian aboriginal language.
yuunduAdnyamathanha
The language of the tribe of Australian aborigines (*). (Pama-Nyungan; Australian)
giraKabi
Kabi Kabi (Gubbi Gubbi) are an Aboriginal language group of South East Queensland, Australia.
gariBayali
Bayali (Biyali, Baiali) is an extinct language of Queensland in Australia, spoken in the Rockhampton area
gariGangulu
East Australia
garriNgadjon
Official Language of the Ngadjonji People (Tribe), Atherton Tablelands, Eastern Highlands, Far North Queensland, Australia.
gawaraBunaba
Bunuba (Bunaba, Punuba, Punapa) is an Australian aboriginal language spoken by some 160 older adults, most of whom live in or near Fitzroy Crossing in Western Australia.
garaN; karongBadimaya
an Australian Aboriginal language
alg; alga; algerar; alka; rarbBaadi (Baardi, Badi, Bard, Bardi, Jawi)
a moribund Australian Aboriginal language.
algarDjawi
-
rarbInland Karajarri
(Pilbara)
mayu; muyuArabana
Pama-Nyungan; Australia
linNaAranda, Lower Southern ( - Arunta)
(Australia)
alinNaLower Aranda
(Australia)
linna**; nkina**Aranda
(Australia)
kun-duŋKuninjku
Kunwinjku (Gunwinggu or Gunwinjgu), also known by the cover term Bininj Gunwok or Mayali, is an Australian Aboriginal language in northern Australia.
gun-duŋGun-Djeihmi
northern Australia
gun-duŋManyallaluk Mayali
an Australian Aboriginal language in northern Australia.
ath~i3Kuku-Mini
an Australian Aboriginal language.
dh~udu Gunya
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
larNaiDhay'yi
Northern Australia
wanga; wulnanDjamindjung
Jaminjung is Australian language spoken around the Victoria River in the Northern Territory of Australia.
walgDyaberdyaber
Western Australia.
ulnan gigan**; wanguNgaliwuru
an Australian language
warawaruDjeebbana
Ndjebbana, also known as Djeebbana, Kunibidji, Gunavidji, Gunivugi, or Gombudj, is a Burarran language spoken by the Kunibidji people of North-central Arnhem Land, Australia.
moweJawony
Jawoyn (Jawonj, Jawany, Djauan, Jawan; Adowen, Gun-djawan), or Kumertuo, is an endangered Gunwinyguan language spoken by elders in Arnhem Land, Australia.
4awiNiMadhi Madhi
Madhi-Madhi (Muthimuthi) is an Indigenous Australian language spoken by the Muthi Muthi Aboriginal people of New South Wales.
yukuKurnu
(New South Wales).
yookoo; yuguBandjigali
The Darling language, or Paakantyi (Baagandji), is a nearly extinct Australian Aboriginal language spoken along the Darling River in New South Wales
dh~unuwiDyangadi
Dyangadi is a possible small family of extinct or nearly extinct Australian Aboriginal languages of New South Wales
buNanDyaabugay
Australia
taribir (?)Djinba
Djinba is an Australian Aboriginal Yolŋu language, spoken in Australia's Northern Territory.
gabolbirGaagudju
Gaagudju; Australian; Australia & Oceania
darigi; gadepaGogodala
Gogodala; Gogodala-Suki; Australia & Oceania
kadepaGogodala-Adiba
Australia & Oceania
kadepaGogodalaGaima
Australia & Oceania
kadepaGogodalaGirara
Australia & Oceania
ba:ndil; malalalKitja
Djeragan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
miriGooniyandi
() Bunuban; Australian; Australia & Oceania
miriWathawurung
An Australian Aboriginal language of the Pama-Nyungan family.
ginmaŋ Gureng Gureng
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
marawaibai**; wunaruAlawa
Maran; Australian
axirka; inkina**Alyawarr (Alyawarra)
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
manid'**Amurdak
Amurdag (also Amurag, Amarag, Wureidbug) is an Indigenous Australian language historically spoken in the Northern Territory of Australia.
5awiWembawemba (Wemba Wemba)
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
5auiDjadjala
an indigenous Australian language
4auiNiMadimadi (Madi Madi)
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
Nawa5Woiwurrung
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
banalDarrkinyung
an Australian Aboriginal language
th~irNWarrnambool
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
biggeeTurrubal
Turrubal (Turubul), also known as Yagara (Jagara), is an extinct language of Australia.
bigiGowar
Gowar is an extinct language of Australia. Other spellings are Goowar, Gooar, Guar, Gowr-burra; other names Ngugi (Mugee, Wogee, Gnoogee)
nawayuDhudhuroa
Dhudhuroa is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language of north-eastern Victoria.
nunkYitha
Yitha-Yitha is a moribund language of southern South Australia.
nanta; yukuMaljangapa
an Australian Aboriginal language
lechieNgayawung
Ngayawung (Ngaiawong) in an extinct language of southern South Australia.
ba:ndilKuluwarrang
an Australian Aboriginal language
banda; bandulWalgi
an Australian Aboriginal language
nayan**Yaygir
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
guwin; kun**Dharruk
The Sydney language, also referred to as Darug or Iyora (Eora), is an Australian Aboriginal language of the YuinKuric group that is spoken in the region of Sydney, New South Wales.
bakara5; nawaDyirringany
Dyirringany (Djiringanj) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language of New South Wales.
bakara5; mamaTCamberra Language
(Australia)
komaruMaori
the language of New Zealand aborigines.
wi5uGundungurra
Ngunnawal or Gundungurra is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language, the traditional language of the Ngunnawal and Gandangara peoples.
mamaT; jaua**Ngarigu
Ngarigo (Ngarigu) is a nearly extinct Australian Aboriginal language, the traditional language of the Ngarigo people.
kunda; winbinbiPallanganmiddang
Pallanganmiddang (Balangamida) is an extinct aboriginal language of the Upper Murray region of the north east of Victoria (Australia).
tu?u**Yanda
Yanda is an extinct and nearly unattested Australian Aboriginal language of Queensland.
turu**Guwa
Guwa (Goa) is an extinct and nearly unattested Australian Aboriginal language of Queensland.
rumaɹaDyugun
Jukun or Djugun is an Australian Aboriginal language of Western Australia.
cuɹuDjiwarli
Djiwarli (also spelt Jiwarli, Tjiwarli) is an Australian Aboriginal language formerly spoken in Western Australia.
cuɹuKanyara
The Kanyara languages are a pair of closely related languages in the southern Pilbara region of Western Australia. The languages classified as members of the Kanyara languages group are: Burduna (Bayungu). Dhalanyji (Binigura).
cuɹuSW_Kanyara
The Kanyara languages are a pair of closely related languages in the southern Pilbara region of Western Australia. The languages classified as members of the Kanyara languages group are: Burduna (Bayungu). Dhalanyji (Binigura).
cuɹuMantharta
Mantharta is a possibly extinct dialect cluster spoken in the southern Pilbara region of Western Australia.
cintu**; karpu**; yuraNgayarta
The Ngayarda (Ngayarta) languages are a group of closely related languages in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
loinaN Tasman
The Tasmanian or Palawa languages were the languages indigenous to the island of Tasmania
lowBantik
Sangiric; Austronesian; Asia
oloPopalia
Eastern Indonesia
lod'o; mada lod'oSabu
The Hawu also known as Havu language, historically Sawu and known to outsiders as Savu or Sabu (thus Havunese, Savunese, Sawunese), is the language of Savu Island in Indonesia and of Raijua Island off the western tip of Savu.
holeoBusoa
Busoa is an Austronesian language of Buton Island, off the southeast coast of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
elAulua
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
leaHukumina
Hukumina is an extinct and unclassified Austronesian language recently spoken in the northwest of Buru Island in the Moluccas of eastern Indonesia.
le7amata7iHaruku
Haruku is an Austronesian spoken on Haruku Island, just east of Ambon Island in eastern Indonesia
leamataiPelauw Haruku
Haruku is an Austronesian spoken on Haruku Island just east of Ambon Island in eastern Indonesia part of a dialect chain around Seram Island. Each of the villages Hulaliu Pelauw Kailolo and Rohomoni is said to have its own dialect.
liamataiAsilulu Lima Rumahsosal Nuwetetu
Asilulu is an Austronesian of Ambon Island in the Mulukus, with some speakers on west Seram. It's a local trade language.
liamataiAsilulu Lima Waraka
an Austronesian language
leamataiSapolewaSoowKweleUluiSeram
Indonesia
piterina**; teguraNE Tasman
the island of Tasmania (Australia)
palla-nubrana:SE Tasman
the island of Tasmania
nabagi:na W Tasman
the island of Tasmania
ghool-lee mul-luWong-gie
Australia
aherkeKaytetye
Kaytetye (Kaititj) is an Australian Aboriginal language of central Northern Territory.
bard~aGaradjari
Garadjari (Garadjari. Garadjiri. Garadyari. Garadyaria) is an Australian Aboriginal language spoken by the Karajarri people.
warguwaYugulda
Alternate names: Ganggalida, Ganggalita, Jakula, Jugula, Kangkalita, Yokula, Yukala, Yukulta. Australia.
airkaAnmatyerre
( : Anmatjirra, Anmatjera)
niyalaGumawana
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
saDakel
an Austronesian language (?)
seDehu
an Austronesian language. New Caledonia
vaiTanan Rukai
Rukai is a Formosan language spoken by the Rukai people in Taiwan. It is a member of the Austronesian language family. The Rukai language comprises six dialects, which are Budai, Labuan, Maga, Mantauran, Tanan, and Tona.
matolodulahuGorontalo
Greater Central Philippine; Austronesian; Asia
diamataWakasihu
an Austronesian language of Ambon Island in the Maluku Islands
ka*mi*a*Xaracuu
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
keArop-Lokep
Oceanic; Austronesian
7a7; a7Bukawac
(Bukawa, Bukaua, Bukawac]. Austronesian language.
bilakIbanag
Northern Luzon; Austronesian; Asia
habgo7, habgo?Invori (Tainae)
Indo-Pacific Language
fh~ulan baraMasiwang
Masiwang is a language of Seram, Indonesia.
ba:ndinGadjerawang
Gajirrabeng (also spelt Gadjerawang, Gajirrawoong, Gadjerong, Gadyerong and Kajirrawung) is an Australian Aboriginal language of the Kimberley region, today known by only three or four fluent speakers.
4a**Colac
South-West of Australia
libir (*)Garawa
The Australian aboriginal language.
alinga???
one of the languages of Australian aborigines (*)
allunga???
one of the languages of Australian aborigines (*)
tomaWiyot
The language of native americans, Ritwan Language (Wiyot; Algic; North America)
wonewslegYurok
The language of native americans, Ritwan Language (Yurok; Algic; North America)
pahtaCayapa
The language of native americans. Barbacoan; South America.
aquechqueNanticoke
The language of native americans (Algonquian; Algic; North America)
nippawusNarragansett
The language of native americans
galhoraHighland Chontal
Tequistlatecan; Tequistlatecan; North America (*)
agathag (shinor-huk ?)Unangan (Aleut)
The language is spoken along the Aleutian Island chain of Alaska and islands off the coast of Siberis.
macaq; akerta (?)Yupik
The language of native americans of Alaska (Central Alaskan Yupik (or Yugtun) - the largest dialect is spoken in Yukon River, Nelson Island, Kuskokwim River, and Bristol Bay areas.
macaq [machak]Kodiak-Alutiiq
The language of native americans. The Northwestern shore of America (Alaska)
Chugach-Alutiiq
The language of native americans (Alaska).
kisuhsPassamaquoddy-Maliseet
The language of native americans
qetekelEyak
The language of native americans of Alaska, west coast (Eyak; Na-Dene; North America)
-Dena'ina
The language of native americans of Alaska, west coast
-Cooper River Ahtna
The language of native americans of Alaska, west coast
Cooper River Kolchan
The language of native americans of Alaska, west coast
gugan (ghagaan)Tlingit (Sitka)
The language of native americans of Alaska, west coast (Tlingit; Na-Dene; North America)
ghagan {gugn}Tlingit
Tlingit is spoken in Southeast Alaska and Western Canada by less than 140 speakers. The language of native americans. It is highly endangered. Tlingit belongs to the Na-Dene language family.
caiwia (kaiwia)Achagua
Achagua (Achawa, Ajagua, Achugua) is an Arawakan language of South America, spoken by about 300 people in eastern Colombia. It is closely related to the better-known Piapoco language. Other spellings of their name include Achawa, Ajagua, Achugua, and Xagua.
yaderine'iAikana
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
keybinAmarizana
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
atsne'Amuesha
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
ahiriAnauya
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
atokachiApurina
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kachiChontaquiro
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kacheGuana
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family (Mascoian; Mascoian; South America)
amoshiBaniva
The language of the South America aborigines (Guiaina), Arawakan language family
kamoiGuarequena
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
ghamuiKariai
The language of native americans, Arawakan language family
ghamuiWainuma
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
gamuiMariate
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
gamuyManao
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
ghumaWaraiku
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamuiCarutana
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamuhuBare
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
gamuhuGuinao
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
agumaPasse
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamu, caamuYucuna
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamoWapishana
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamosiMaipure
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamoiMandawaka
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamoeWirina
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamuiMarawan
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamiWaura
Native American Langua Arawakan language family
kamiWaiwai
The language of native americans, Cariban language family, Northern Cariban
kamuMawakwa
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamuYukuna
The language of the aborigenes of Equatorial America, Arawakan language family (*).
kumetuMarawa
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamui (kamoi)Palikur
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kamuiUruak
The language of America aborigines(*).
kamaiParesi
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
kame (kam3)Mehinaku
Mehinaku (Meinaku) is an Arawakan language spoken by the Mehinaku people of Brazil.
kameYawalpiti
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
ka'Guajiro
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
hadaliArawak
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family (Haiti, Rep. Dominicana).
hamoAruan
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
poreatsiri/ooryaAshaninka/Asheninka Pajonal
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
poreatsiriMachiguenga
The language of the South America aborigines (), Arawakan language family (*)
sesBaure
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
eriCabiyari
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
heriCurripaco
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family (Northern Arawakan)
ghasiruCanamari de Punus
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
mawaokaCawishana
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
mo'sojkoChamicuro
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
weyuGarifuna
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family (Northern Arawakan; Arawakan; North America ! )
tuhatiInapari
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
hadaleInyeri
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
somanluJumana
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
badiKaripuna
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
pabaMachiguenga
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
empaega Abipon
Guaicuruan; South America. Abipon is a Guaicuruan language, related to other languages like Kadiweu and Toba.
sachePaunaca
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
sacheMojo
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
isesePaicone
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
ese'heCheyenne
This is a Plains Algonquian language spoken in USA (Montana, Oklahoma) by about 1,700 speakers only.
ire'Irantxe
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
eri'Piapoco
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
ayerXiriana
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
keriTariano
The language of the aborigenes of Equatorial America, Arawakan language family
ha'iTerena
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
ne (kaxi - *).Piro
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
iahiResigaro
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
k'aneSaraveca
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
wekule (Wecoelije)Shebayo
The language of the South America aborigines, Arawakan language family
gueyTaino
The language is spoken by the Taino people of Puerto Rico and other islands of the Caribbean such as Cuba, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic/Haiti. Taino is an Arawakan language.
ka'muli; kmothiYavitero
No Known Speakers - Extinct. (Venezuela?). Arawakan language family.
kshiKalhipona
The language of native americans
qaka:nTlingit
The Tlingit tribe is one of the Athapascan tribes (Southestern Alaska and the western Canada)
saBabine
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family
saChipewyan/Dene
The language of native americans, northwestern Canada between Hudson Bay and the Rocky Mountains. Athabaskan language family
saSekani
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family
saDuit
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family
saKaska
An Athabaskan language spoken by a few hundreds people in the southeastern Yukon Territory and northern British Columbia in Canada.
saKato
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
sa:Taldash Galice
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
sa:Mentasta Ahtena
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
saDogrib
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
sa:Tanacross
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
sa:Upper Tanana (Tetlin)
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
saCentral Carrier
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
soLower Tanana (Minto)
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
so:Koyukon
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group. Alaska: Koyukuk and middle Yukon rivers.
xa:Mattole
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
saaAhtena (Ahtna)
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family (the language of the Athapaskan people of the Copper river valley in southeastern Alaska )
saaAhtena (Ahtna)
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family (the language of the Athapaskan people of the Copper river valley in southeastern Alaska )
saa (sa:)Mendaesde
Alaska native language
saaBeaver
Native American Language, Athabaskan language family
saaTanacross
(Athapaskan; Na-Dene; North America) an Athabaskan language spoken by fewer than 60 persons in eastern Interior Alaska. It is extremely endangered.
seTutchone
Tutchone is an Athabaskan language spoken in the Yukon Territory in Canada by less than 200 speakers. It has two varieties: Southern Tutchone and Northern Tutchone (Selkirk).
sra {?)Han
(Han-Kutchin or Dawson), is a nearly extinct Northern Athabaskan language which was spoken by the Han people around the Yukon River, in the area of the border between Alaska and Canada.
sree; srii'Gwich'in (or Kutchin)
An Athapaskan language spoken by the Gwich'in, who live in the northwestern part of North America, mostly above the Arctic Circle. There are only a few hundred speakers of this language.
sha; johonaa'ei; jehonaai; chehonnaaiNavajo (Dine bizaad)
The language of native americans of the USA, Athabaskan language family, the most numerous among the Athabaskan peoples. (Athapaskan; Na-Dene; North America)
sha Tagish
A nearly extinct Northern Athabaskan language which was spoken by the Tagish people in the Yukon Territory in Canada.
shaaMescalero Apache
The language of native americans
ya'ai/ya'iiWestern Apache/Jicarilla Apache
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family
na?a:-yCentral Ahtena
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
shaaMattole
The language of native Northern americans, Athabaskan language family
shaaArikara
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family (*)
shaaKato (Cahto)
The language of native Northern americans, Athabaskan language family
shaaWailaki
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family
suaChibcha
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family. (Columbia).
so:Koyukon
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family
chataghaSarcee
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family
juuyaayHaida
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family (Na-Dene family). The language is spoken by the Haida, an indigenous nation of the west coast of North America (Haida Gwaii, an archipelago off the coast of British Columbia, and southeast of Alaska). The Haida language is sometimes linked to the Na-Dene family, but usually considered to be a language isolate. It is extremely endangered, with only about 150-200 living speakers.
ciquya:y; ciqawayHaida Southern (Skidegate)
: . Southwestern Canada.
cu:ye:Haida Nothern (Masset)
: . British Columbia province. Canada. 17 - (nearly extinct).
wha; :Hupa
The language of native Northern americans, Athabaskan language family
na'aayTanana
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family
naaayCentral Ahtna
Alaska native language
nooyDeg Xinag
Spoken in United States Region Alaska (lower Yukon River, Anvik River, Innoko River)
nooyYukon Deg Xinag
Alaska
nooyKuskokwim Deg Xinag
Alaska
ghaliClatskanie (Klatskanie)
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family. Northern Athabasca.
xwet'eTolowa
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family
xashiTututni
The language of native americans, Athabaskan language family
hisemtuksNez perce
Nez Perce (also spelled Nez Perce or called Niimiipuutimt), is a Sahaptian language related to the several dialects of Sahaptin. The Sahaptian sub-family is one of the branches of the Plateau Penutian family. (West, North America)
skalusChehalis
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family, (South-West Canada and the North-West USA). This family consists of 23 languages. There is no proven external links with other language families yet.
aldarenchCoeur d'Alene
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family
kosumColumbian
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family
kosum Sinkiuse
Salishan; North America.
kosum Columbia-Wenatchi
Interior Salish; Salishan; North America. Columbia and Wenatchi are two dialects of a Salishan language, related to other languages like Flathead and Shuswap.
lukwalLushootseed
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family
luqalCowlitz
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family
sluqatlTwana
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family. North America
spukaniSalish
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family
sumshasatHalkomelem
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family. North America
sqwqway'(rather approximately)Clallam (Klallam)
Central Salish; Salishan; North America
tsoxatsatNooksack
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family
snxNuxalk/Bella Coola
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family
xai'alax, xai'anaxOkanagan
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family, there are two dialects
tani'mQuinault
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family
sqwuqwul (sqweqwel)Straits Salish
The language of native americans, the Salishan language family. North America.
n'aqwlaHaisla
The language of native americans, the Wakashan language family. The language is spoken at the seashore of British Columbia and at Vancouver Island (North America). It consist of two branches - northern (Kwakiutl) and southern (Nootka). Each branch has three languages.
t'lisalaKwakiutl
The language of native americans, the Wakashan language family
dakaMakah
The language of native americans, the Wakashan language family
dakaNootka
The language of native americans, the Wakashan language family
anpetu wi; wiLakota Sioux
The language of native americans of Central regions of the USA (the steppe zone), the Siouan language family. There are some enclaves at Atlantic seashore and at the South-West of the USA.
wiAssiniboine
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
wiDakota Sioux
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
wiStoney
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
wiraHo-Chunk
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
wiraWinnebago
native americans (*). Siouan; Siouan; North America
nuntiCatawba
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
axxaasheCrow
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
midiHidatsa
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
minakiMandan
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
ina'Biloxi
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
inyaCocopa
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
inya'aHavasupai
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
inyaaKiliwa
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
inyaMaricopa
Maricopa or Piipaash is spoken by the Native American Maricopa people on two reservations in Arizona: the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and the Gila River Indian Community.
InyaQuechan (Yuma)
The language of native americans, Hokan language family; North America
inti, intiqInca (in Peru), Quechua
Native American language spoken in various regional forms in parts of Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina and Chile.
inti, willkaAymara
The language of native americans, Peru and Bolivia in the Titicaca region
inti; wiLkaSullkatiti Titiri
, America
intiHuacana
Mexico
intiQuechua Abancay Tintay; Ancash Chiquian; Ancash Huaylas Huaraz; Ancash Huaylas Pamparomas; Ancash Huaylas Wata; Arequipa Union; Argentina; Ayacucho; Chachapoyas; De Ambo Huanuco Pasco Pasco; Huanca Huaycha; Huanca Huaylla; Huanca Shausha; Huanuco Panao; Huaylas Ancash; North Junin Tarma; North Junin Cajas; Imbabura; Pastaza; San Martin; Yauyos Cacra; Yauyos Hongos; Yauyos Huangascar; Yauyos Lincha; Yauyos San Pedro; Yauyos Tana; Yauyos Vinac; Azuay; Bolivar Cachisagua; Chimborazo Nizag; Chimborazo Troje; Cotopaxi Compania Grande; Loja; Pichancha; Tungurahua Guapante; Tungurahua Salasaca; Cotopaxi Papaurco; Cotopaxi Tigua;
inti; nup'iJaqaru
Jaqaru (Haq'aru) is a language of the Aymaran family. It is also known as Jaqi and Aru. It is spoken in the districts of Tupe and Catahuasi in Yauyos Province, Lima Region, Peru.
intiPocona
Bolivia
intiPuno City
Puno is a small town on the bank of Titicaca lake, Peru
inti; ruph~ayTaquile
Peru
intiPuquina
Puquina (or Pukina) is an extinct language once spoken by a native ethnic group in the region surrounding Lake Titicaca (Peru and Bolivia) and in the north of Chile.
intyiKawki
Kawki Tribe (Cauqui, Cachuy). Language: Kawki is an Andean language of Peru, related to the Aymara language.
antel, anti, antuMapuche
(or Mapudungun) Chile (South America)
initIloko
Iloko (Ilocano; Ilokano) is the third most-spoken native language of the Philippines. An Austronesian language.
initHanunoo
Austronesian language family. Philippines
initSauthern Kalinga
Philippines.
initLimos Kalinga
Kalinga Province in the Philippines
initMinangali
an Austronesian language spoken in the Philippines.
jineehaaAtsugewi
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
'anyaMojave
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
enyaPaipai
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
enyaKumiai
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
minKansa
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
minOmaha-Ponca
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
miOsage
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
miQuapaw
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
mi (min)Tutelo
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
biOto (Chiwere; Otoe)
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
wittipareWoccon
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
i'laOfo
The language of native americans, the Siouan language family
ga:gwa:'Cayuga
The language of native americans, the Iroquoian language family, Northern Iroquois
nvdaCherokee
The language of native americans, the Iroquoian language family, Southern Iroquois. the Iroquoian family has binari structure: the Southern group has only Chtrokee language, all other languages makes the Northern group. The Northern languages are spoken in the Erie, Huron and Ontario lakes and in St Laurence river region, and also on the Atlantic coast of the USA.
isnayLaurentian
The language of native americans, the Iroquoian language family, extinct Iroquoian Language
karahkwaMohawk language
Spoken by Mohawk native americans, living in USA and Canada. Iroquoian language family, Northern Iroquois
aheetaNottoway
The language of native americans, the Iroquoian language family, Extinct Iroquoian Language
hihte'Tuscarora
The language of native americans, the Iroquoian language family, Northern Iroquois
yotahalaOneida
The language of native americans, the Iroquoian language family, Northern Iroquois
ehkw; gahgwa:'Onondaga
The language of native americans, the Iroquoian language family, Northern Iroquois. USA (central part of New-York state) and also near Brantford (Ontario, Canada).
ka:hkwa:'Seneca
The language of native americans, the Iroquoian language family, Northern Iroquois
yaundeeshawWyandot/Huron
The language of native americans, the Iroquoian language family, Extinct Iroquoian Language
sakuunuArikara
The language of native americans, the Caddoan language family
sakuCaddo
The language of native americans, the Caddoan language family. North America
sakuru'Pawnee (Skiri)
The Pawnee language is a Caddonian language spoken by some Pawnee Native Americans now located in north central Oklahoma. Their traditional historic lands were along the Platte River in what is now Nebraska.
saakhir'aWichita
The language of native americans, the Caddoan language family
sakita, sakuKaddo
The language of native americans (*).
sakitaMakah
The language of native americans (*).
natanikKootenay
The Kutenai language (also Kootenai, Kootenay and Ktunaxa), is named after and is spoken by some of the Kutenai Native American/First Nations people who are indigenous to the area of North America that is now Montana, Idaho, and British Columbia.
nicoApalachee
The language of native americans, Muskogean language family consists of about 7 languages and placed the cocpact region at far South-West of the USA.
hasiAlabama
The language of native north americans (Muskogean language family) and consists of about 100 speakers among Alabama and Koasati (Coashatta) tribes in Texas and Louisiana states, USA.
hvse(hasi)Creek (Muskogee)
Creek is a Muskogean language with about 4,700 speakers in the US states of Oklahima and Florida. The language of native americans of Muskogean family.
hasiConsuti
The language of the North American Indians (Muskogean language family)
hashiChickapaw
The language of the North American Indians, (Muskogean language family)
hashi'Chickasaw
The language of the North American Indians, Muskogean language family
hashi (hvshi, ashe)Houma/Choctaw
The language of the North American Indians (Oklahoma, Mississipi), Muskogean language family. The Houma and Choctaw people spoke very closely related languages. Houma was evidently so similar to Choctaw that speakers of the two languages could understand each other easily, so most linguists consider Houma to have been a dialect of Choctaw
haSi; hashi; hvshiChoctaw
(Chahta Anumpa) . , USA
hasiHitchiti
The language of the North American Indians, Muskogean language family
hasiKoasati
The language of the North American Indians, Muskogean language family
ha:siMiccosukee (Mikasuki)
The language of the North American Indians, Muskogean language family
kasiCaliponan
(*).
kasiGuajiquero
indigenous Mesoamerican language (*).
kasiriPaumari
Paumari (also Purupuru, Kurukuru, Pamari, Purupuru, Pammari, Curucuru, Palmari) is an Arauan language spoken in Brazil by about 700 people. It is spoken by the Paumari Indians, who call their language 'Pamoari'. (*).
cuyay; ciquya:y; cu:ye:Xaayda (Xaat) kil
The language of the Haida people, spoken in the Haida Gwaii archipelago of the coast of Canada and on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska.
bidi; mapemidiHidatsa
The language of native americans,
ya7a7a*Cuicatec
Mixtecan; Oto-Manguean; North America
nkuset, nakusetMicmac (Mi'kmaq)
The language of native americans, Eastern Algonquian Language; North America
ki'somm; ki'sommaBlackfoot
an Algonquian language (belonging to the same language family as Cheyenne) spoken in Canada by about 5,000 speakers.
kiishooxkwMunsee
The language of native americans, Central Algonquian Languages
kiishooxkwMunsee Delaware
The language of native americans. Munsee is an Algonquian language, related to other languages like Ojibwe and Blackfoot.
coneWampanoag
The language of native americans. Wampanoag is an Algonquian language, related to other languages like Lenape and Ojibway. There is no speaker of the language now.
kishethwaSauk
The language of native americans, Central Algonquian Languages
chiisikaaw-piisimNaskapi
Naskapi is a Native American language spoken by the Naskapi (1,100 people), who are the indigenous inhabitants of an area which comprises most of eastern Quebec and Labrador, in Canada. It is an Algonquian language, belonging to the Cree subgroup.
kicikaw pisimwAtikamekw
The language of native americans, Central Algonquian Languages
kiilhswaIllinois
The language of native americans, Central Algonquian Languages; North America
kiilhswaMiami
The language of native americans. (The 'moon' is 'Kiilhswa' too)
kiisethwaKickapoo
The language of native americans, Central Algonquian Languages
kiisthwaShawnee
The language of native americans, Plains Algonquian Language
hiisiisArapaho
Arapaho (hinono'eitiit) is the language of the Native American Arapaho Indians originally living on the eastern plains of Colorado and Wyoming (USA). Plains Algonquian Language.
hiisiis (Iisiis)Gros Ventre
The language of native americans, Plains Algonquian Language
kiseswa/kishethwaMeskwaki/Sauk
The language of native americans. Meskwaki and Sauk are two dialects of the same language.
kisusqMohegan
Mohegan was an Algonquian language spoken by the Mohegan tribe (not to be confused with the Mahicans). Though the tribe still lives in Connecticut (they operate the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville), the language has become extinct.
keesogMahican
Mahican (also known as Mohican) is an extinct language that was spoken in the territory of present-day eastern New York state and Vermont, by the Mahican people.
kesoMenominee
The language of native americans
kesusEtchemin
The language of native americans
kizesPotawatomi
The language of native americans. Algonquian; Algic; North America
gizos; kizosAbenaki-Penobscot
an Eastern Algonquian language (like Micmac and Maliseet), which was spoken in eastern Maine, USA. This Native American language is now extinct.
gizosAbenaki
The language of native americans (The North America), Eastern Algonquian Language
kizisAlgonquin
The language of native americans, Central Algonquian Languages
giizis (guzis)Ojibway/Chippewa/Ojibwe
Ojibway - An language of native americans, Central Algonquian Languages. (Canada, USA)
giizisOttawa (or Odawa)
The language of native americans. Ottawa is a dialect of the Ojibwe language, spoken by the Ottawa people in southern Ontario in Canada, and northern Michigan in the United States.
giizis (kizis)Anishinaabe
The language of native americans, Algonquian Languages
hiisiisArapaho
The language of native americans. The Arapaho tribe were once a part of a vast network of Native Americans called the East Woodland tribes that lived along the East Coast of what is now the United States.
kisuxLenape
The language of native americans, Eastern Algonquian Language
kiuxLenape/Delaware
The Lenape are a Native American tribe. They are also called Delaware Indians and their historical territory was along the Delaware River watershed, western Long Island and the Lower Hudson Valley.
kisuhsMaliseet
Maliseet (or Malecite-Passamaquoddy) is a Native American language spoken by about 1,500 people along the Saint John River, mostly in Canada (between New Brunswick, Quebec and Maine). It is an Eastern Algonquian language (in the same language family as Micmac and Maliseet).
keshowsePowhatan
The language of native americans (Algonquian; Algic; North America).
ese'he (na)Cheyenne
a Plains Algonquian language spoken in USA (Montana, Oklahoma) by about 1,700 speakers only (which makes it an endangered language, as almost all Native American languages).
ch'ujutatCh'ol (Chol)
Mayan; Mayan; North America
35aDiegueno (Mesa Grande)
Yuman; Hokan; North America
li salaiMichif
Michif (also Mitchif, Mechif, Michif-Cree, Metif, Metchif, French Cree) is the language of the Metis people of Canada and the United States
soloSaotomense
Saotomense, also known as Forro is a Portuguese based Creole language
tawninaayarite
The Cora language is an indigenous language of Mexico, spoken by the ethnic group widely known as the Cora but who refers to themselves as Naayarite.
siqiniqInupiat
(Inupiatun) is a group of dialects of the Inuit language, spoken by the Inupiat people in northern and northwestern Alaska
siqiniqInuit
The language of the Northern Canada Eskimo
siqiniqInupiak (Inupiaq)
Eskimo; Eskimo-Aleut; North America
siqiniqInuktitut (Quebec-Labrador)
The language of native americans. Eastern Canadian Inuit language is the name of some of the Inuit languages spoken in Canada.
siqin3qYupik (St. Lawrence Island)
Eskimo; Eskimo-Aleut; North America
siriniqEn kalaallisut
(kilaamiusut (West Greenland)
hiqiniqMontagnais
Algonquian; Algic; North America. The language of the Northern Canada Eskimo (Est Kitikmeot)
seqineqGreenlandic
Greenlandic is an Eskimo-Aleut language spoken by 57,000 Greenlandic Inuit people in Greenland.
siriiqEn kalaallisut
tunumiusut/tunumiisut (East Greenland)
siqin3qChaplino
the language of Chaplino Eskimos
pishumMontagnais
The language of native americans, Central Algonquian languages
piisimNaskapi
The language of native americans, Central Algonquian languages (North America)
pisimCree (Swampy)
The language of native americans, Central Algonquian languages. North America (Canada).
k'in; hayk'intikItza
North America
hinaWappo
The language of native americans (Wappo-Yukian; North America)
naTipai
Tiipai (Tipay) is a Native American language spoken by a number of Kumeyaay (Kumiai) tribes in northern Baja California and southern San Diego County,
kanNinatic
The Niantic, or in their own language, the Nehantick or Nehantucket, were a tribe of Algonquin-speaking Native Americans, who were living in Connecticut and Rhode Island
jurhiataPurepecha
Tarascan; Tarascan; North America
5i7Quiotepec ( )
Chinantecan; Oto-Manguean; North America
yeOjitlan
a major Chinantecan language of Mexico
otelagh; sanChinook Jargon
(also known as chinuk wawa, or chinook wawa) is a revived American indigenous language originating as a pidgin trade language in the Pacific Northwest, and spreading during the 19th century from the lower Columbia River
alica; aliSawBarbareno
Barbareno is one of the extinct Chumashan languages, a group of Native American languages, which was spoken in the area of Santa Barbara, California.
ndo'kwjion'**Nomndaa
Nomndaa is an alternate spelling of "Non'ndaa", which is the indigenous name for the Mexican Indian language Amuzgo
saDenesuline
Chipewyan, ethnonym Denesuline, is the language spoken by the Chipewyan people of northwestern Canada
drin oozhrii; shree; sieDinjii Zhuh Kyuu
Indians of North America (Alaska)
s3m'Sa83tHul'q'umi'num'
Indians of North America (Vancouver)
alacam qsi; qsiSamala
Indians of North America
qsiChumash (Ineseno)
Chumash; Chumash; the language of the North American Indians on the southern California coast
tmitCahuilla
The language of native americans, (Takic; Uto-Aztecan; North America) Uto-Aztecan family is the biggest one on the West USA and in Mexico.
tapeMono
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Numic; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
tabePanamint
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family
tabaPaiute (Northern)
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Numic; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
taa'aMayo
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Cahita; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
taa'aYaqui
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Cahita; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
taalTubatulabal
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Tubatulabal; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
ta'vaChemehuevi
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Numic; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
tavaKawaiisu
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Numic; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
taabeComanche
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Numic; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
taawaHopi
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family
tasaPima Bajo
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family. Tepiman; Uto-Aztecan; North America
tsaiTepehuan
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family
tashTohono O'odham (Papago)
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family
tahVarihio
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family
xeucatCora
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Corachol; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
tamyutCupeno
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Takic; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
tavaciPaiute (Southern)
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Numic; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
tunaNahuatl Buenos Aires Alamo
Mexico
tunalPipil
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Aztecan; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
tunalNahuatl Coatepec Costales;
Mexico
tunalNahuatl Coatepec Costales Teleoloapan;
Mexico
tunalNahuatl Santa Maria Teopoxco;
Mexico
tunalNahuatl Xoxocotla Puente De Ixtla;
Mexico
tonaNahuatl Chinancahuatl Zacualtipan
Nahuatl language Uto-Aztecan language of Mexico, which continues to be spoken by more than a million modern Mexicans in various markedly divergent dialects.
tonaNahuatl Chicontepec
Mexico
tonaNahuatl Coxcatlan
Mexico
tonaNahuatl Sierra De Zacapoaxtla
Mexico
tonalNahuatl Atlacholoaya Xochitepec; Atliaca Tixtla; Axochiapan; Ayotoxco; Chilacachapa Cuetzala Del Progreso; Coyotepec; Cuacuila Huauchinango; Cuentepec Temixco; Hueyapan Tetela Del Volcan; Hueyati Yahualica; Huitziltepec Zumpango Del Rio; Pomaro Aquila; Quetzalapa Azoyu; Jalatlaco; Rafael Delgado; San Agustin Oapan; Santa Ana Tlacotenco; Tepotztlan; Xaalitla Tepecuauilco; Xalatzala Tlapa; Xalpatlahuac; Xilocuautla Huauchinango; Chichiquila
Mexico
tonancinNahuatl Acatlan
Mexico
tonalcinNahuatl Acaxochitlan
Mexico
tonalcinNahuatl Amilcingo Zacualpan
Mexico
tonalcinNahuatl Del Norte Del Estado De Puebla
Mexico
tonalcinNahuatl San Pedro Tlalcuapan Santa Ana Chiautempan
Mexico
tonaLcinNahuatl Rafael Delgado
Mexico
tonalciNahuatl Jicocingo Zacatlan
Mexico
tonalciNahuatl Huatlatlauca
Mexico
tonalciNahuatl San Miguel Ayotla
Mexico
tonaLciNahuatl San Pablo Zoquitlan
Mexico
tonaLci*Nahuatl Chignautla
Mexico
totacinNahuatl Mecayapan
Mexico
tonacinNahuatl Sta Ma Coapan
Mexico
tonacinNahuatl San Francisco Tlalnepantla
Mexico
tonatiNahuatl Cuatlamayan Antonio Santos; Ixhuatlan De Madero; La Reforma Tepehuacan De Guerrero; Las Balsas; Xochiatipan; Zahuastipan San Augustin Metzquititlan; Mecayapan
Mexico
tonati7Nahuatl Montegrande Platon Sanchez
Mexico
tonati7Nahuatl Pajapan
Mexico
tonati7Nahuatl Xochiatipan
Mexico
tonali7Nahuatl Zitlala
Mexico
tonaltsiNahuatl San Bernardino Teotitlan Del Camino
Mexico
tonalkonNahuatl San Jeronino Amanalco
Mexico
tonatNahuatl San Jose Miahuatlan
Mexico
tonatNahuatl San Pedro Jicora
Mexico
tonateNahuatl Tlalnepantla Tamazunchale
Mexico
tonateNahuatl Xilitla
Mexico
tonat3Nahuatl Cuamelc0 Tianguistengo
Mexico
tonaltzintli, tonalli (?) Nahuatl/Aztec
The language of native americans. Nahuatl is a group of languages from the Nahuan branch of Uto-Aztecan language family
tonalZacapoaxtla Nahuat
Mexico
tonalNahuatl Reyes de Vallarta Tuzamapan
Mexico
tonatiuh (tonalli)Nahuatl
an Uto-Aztecan language, that was spoken by inhabitants of Central part o Mexico (Nahua people) before spaniards come. In Nahuatl language the word 'Aztec' means 'somebody from Aztlan' (a mithical place somewhere on the North).
tonatiNahuatl de San Agustin de Buenaventura
Mexico
tonaLNahuatl Chilocoyo Huehuetla
Mexico
tonaLcinNahuatl Ixtacamaxtitlan
Mexico
taamitGabrielino
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family
taamitSerrano
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Takic; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
temtJuaneno
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family
timetLuiseno
a Native American language of South California (Takic; Uto-Aztecan; North America). (Uto-Aztecan language family). With only a few speakers remaining, it is a highly endangered language.
zaan (*)Seri
Seri; Hokan; North America (Mexico).
tuHuichol
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Corachol; Uto-Aztecan; North America)
tuiOpata
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family
dabaiShoshone
The language of native americans, Uto-Aztecan language family (Numic; Uto-Aztecan; North America) (at the territory of modern USA)
raynariTarahumara
The language of native americans. Tarahumaran; Uto-Aztecan; North America
nei'kioo'Amuzgo (Guerrero dialect)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Central Mexico
ndo'kwjiyn'Amuzgo (Oaxaca dialect)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Central Mexico
kuchaChatino (Yaitepec)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family. North America. (Zapotecan; Oto-Manguean; North America)
kucha2Chatino (Tataltepec)
Zapotecan; Oto-Manguean; North America
hieg2Chinantec (Palantla)
The language of native americans, Chinantecan; Oto-Manguean; North America
n~ih2 Chinantec (Lealao)
The language of native americans, Chinantecan; Oto-Manguean; North America
son'on (soo ?)Chocho
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family (Popolocan; Oto-Manguean; North America)
numuChorotega
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
nomoMangue
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
jiaruMazahua
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family (Otomian; Oto-Manguean; North America)
tsui'Mazateco
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
ndikandiiMixteco
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
hidiOtomi
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
konhon'Pame
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family (Pamean; Oto-Manguean; North America)
ahkaSubtiaba
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
a3kha'3Tlapaneco
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
chutataMatlatzinca
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
t'untataTlahuica
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
guiiTriqui
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
bidza Zapotec (Juarez) (zaa)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
gubidxaZapotec
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family
gubidgeTilquiapan (Zts)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
gubidgi Santa Inas Yatzechi (Zpn)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
gubi(h)dzZapotec (Mitla) (Zaw)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
gubidzaZapotec (Isthmus) (Zai)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
gubidz San Juan Guelavia (Zab)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
ngubidzi Ocotlan (Zac)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
ubiza Aloapam (Zaq)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
obidza Choapan (Zpc)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
mbidz Amatlan (Zpo)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
mbidgeXanagua (Ztg)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
mbidge (ngbidg)Quioquitani-Quieri (Ztq)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
g(w)iz Zaniza (Zpw)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
wbidz Cajonos (Zad)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
dad-ubiza Yareni (Zae)
The first part (dad) is from regional Spanish tata meaning 'father'. The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
dzang(w)idz Ayoquesco (Zaf)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
g(w)bidz Yatzachi (Zav)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
wi(h)dz; gobidz San Pedro Quiatoni (Zpf)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico, the center of Oaxaca state
ngbiz Santa Maria Quiegolani (Zpi)
Zapotec (Quiegolani) (?) The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
bitshia Lachixio (Zpl)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
wi?dz Coatlan (Zps)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
widz Yalalag (Zpu)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
doTexmelucan (Zpz)
The language of native americans, Oto-Manguean language family, Zapotec group, Mexico
q'ijKiche
Kiche, or Quiche, is spoken by about a million speakers in Guatemala, where it is the second most widely spoken language after Spanish. Kiche belongs to the Mayan language family.
'ijAchi
The language of native americans, Mayan language family. The language is very closely related to K'iche' (Quiche). One of the indigenous language families of Guatemala.
saq'eKekchi
The language of native americans, Mayan language family (the biggest language femily of the south of Mexico and Guatemala.
sak (*)Hokan
Hypothetical superfamily on North American Indian languages uniting a number of languages and language families of the western U.S. and Mexico.
c'ayikJacalteco Eastern
Jacalteco (Jacaltec) is a Mayan language spoken by about 70,000 people in Guatemala and Mexico. There are two main varieties of Jacalteco: Western Jacalteco and Eastern Jacalteco.
c"e7ek; c"ekMotozintlec
a Mayan language of the Motozintlec people (southeastern Mexico)
jiaruMichoacan, Central
Mazahua languages. Zapotec languages. Oto-Manguean; (State of Mexico, Mexico)
xijwPopoluca languages (various)
(Southern Veracruz, Mexico) Mixe-Zoquean language
naty; teat nutHuave languages (various)
(Oaxaca, Mexico) language isolate
naTHuave de San Francisco Del Mar
one of the dialects of Huave (Oaxaca, Mexico).
natiSan Mateo Del Mar Huave
one of the dialects of Huave (Oaxaca, Mexico). (Oaxaca, Mexico).
galhoraChontal languages (various)
(Oaxaca, Mexico) Tequistlatecan language (probably part of Hokan); San Matias dialect
son; sunGullah
Afro-Seminole Creole is spoken by Black Seminoles in scattered communities in Oklahoma, Texas, and Northern Mexico.
yuSochiapan
Oto-Manguean language. .
dy~ieUsila
Usila is a Chinantec language of Mexico.
ciTecoatl de San Jeronimo
south-western Mexico
S3Lowland Mixe
The Mixe languages are languages of the Mixean branch of the MixeZoquean language family indigenous to southern Mexico.
S3Totontepec
Totontepec Mixe, called North Highland Mixe, is a Mixe language spoken in Mexico, in the town of Totontepec Villa de Morelos, Oaxaca.
S37onAyutla Mixe
Ayutla Mixe is a Mixe-Zoque language spoken in Southern Mexico, in the state of Oaxaca.
S37anSouth Highland Mixe
South Highland Mixe, spoken around Santa Maria Tlahuitoltepec (Southern Mexico)
5ikandy$iMixteco de Chayuco
- ( , Mexico)
nj~ika nj~iMixteco de Penyoles
Mexico
kandiiTo'on Savi
Mexico
apasIsthmus Mixe
Eastern Central Mexico
haseMobilian Jargon
Mobilian Jargon (also Mobilian trade language, Mobilian Trade Jargon, ChickasawChoctaw trade language, Yama) was a pidgin used as a lingua franca among Native American groups living along the Gulf of Mexico around the time of European settlement of the region.
tz'ayikJacalteco
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
tz'a'ikMocho
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'eejAguacatec(-o)
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'aq'alChicomuceltec
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
ch'ujutatCh'ol
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'uAcatec (Aatek, Akateko)
The language of native americans, Mayan language family (Mayan, Yucatecan-Core Mayan)
k'uChuj
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'uKanjobal
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'uiichaaHuasteco
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'iCaSan Lus Potos Huastec
,
k'inMaya
The ancient civilization of America (III-X c. BC)
k'inCh'olti'
The Ch'olti' language is an extinct Mayan language which was spoken by the Manche Ch'ol people of eastern Guatemala and southern Belize.
k'inChontal
America
k'inItza Maya
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'inMaya Yucateco
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'inChontal de Tabasco
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'inChorti
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'inLacandon
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'inMopan
The language of native americans, who live in the Peten Department of Guatemala and in the Maya Mountains region of Belize.
k'inMopan San Luis Peten
Guatemala
k'iinYucatec Maya
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
kiin (*)Yucatec
(Maaya Taan) one of Maaya languages, spoken at Yucatan peninsula, in Northern Belize and part of Guatemala. The speakers of the language call it 'Maaya'.
kin (*)Itza-Maya, chorti (Itzaj - ?)
Mayan; Mayan; North America
g'iOlamentke
(California, USA)
q'ijIxil
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'ijMam
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'ijCakchiquel (Kakchikel)
The Kaqchikel Guatemala
q'ixNorthern San Martin Jilotepeque
Guatemala
q'ixNorthern Cakchiquel Tecpan
Guatemala
q'ixSouthern Cakchiquel San Andres Itzapa
Guatemala
q'ixWestern Cakchiquel Patzun
Guatemala
q'ixAchiRabinal
Achi is a Mayan language very closely related to K'iche'. It is spoken by the Achi people, primarily in the department of Baja Verapaz in Guatemala. There are two Achi dialects. Rabinal Achi is spoken in the Rabinal area, and Cubulco Achi is spoken in the Cubulco area west of Rabinal. Guatemala. America.
q'ixNorthern Cakchiquel San Martin Jilotepeque
This language is spoken in Guatemala
q'ixNorthern Cakchiquel Tecpan
q'ixNorthern Mam San Ildefonso Ixtahuacan
a Mayan language (San Ildefonso Ixtahuacan, one of the towns in the northern Mam region).
q'ixPocomam Eastern
Guatemala
q'ixPocomam San Luis Jilotepeque
Guatemala
q'ixPoqomchi Western
Poqomchi is a Mayan language spoken by the Poqomchi Maya of Guatemala, and is very closely related to Poqomam.
q'ixSipakapense
Sipakapense is a Mayan language, closely related to K'iche'. It is spoken natively within indigenous Sipakapense communities, primarily based in the Guatemalan municipality of Sipacapa, department of San Marcos.
q'ixSouthern Cakchiquel San Andres Itzapa
Guatemala
q'ixSouthern Mam San Juan Ostuncalco
Guatemala
q'ixSacapulteco Sacapulas Centro
Guatemala
ixKichee Cubulco
Cubulco is a small town located in the Guatemalan department of Baja Verapaz.
q'iijPoqomam
Poqomam is a Mayan language, closely related to Poqomchi. It is spoken by 50,000 people in Guatemala.
q'iijPocomchi
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'iijPokomam
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'iijQuiche
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'iijSacapulteco
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'iijSipacapense
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'iijTectiteco
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'iijTzutujil
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'iijUspanteco
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
q'iijPoqomam
Poqomam is a Mayan language, closely related to Poqomchi. It is spoken by 50,000 or so people in several small pockets in Guatemala.
k'ak'uTojolabal
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'akalTzeltal
The language of native americans, Mayan language family
k'ak'alTzotzil
The language of native americans,spoken today by 78,000 Indians of the state of Chiapas. Mayan language family
kakBoruca (Borunca)
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Costa Rica, Central America
panXinca
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family. (*)
laptaMiskito
an Native American language belonging to the Chibchan family (Misumalpan group). It is spoken in Nicaragua and Honduras by approximately 180,000 people, the Miskitos.
na (nyaa)Bari
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family.
nikuaaBogota
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family
ninikRama
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Votic Chibchan
ninguaneGuaymi
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Isthmic Chibchan
ninguaneNgabere
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family (Guaymi; Chibchan; South America)
diwoBribri
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family (Chibchan; North America). Language, related to other languages like Bari and Ika.
kawoCabecar
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family
kelikuChanguena
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family
ipeCuna (Kuna)
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Isthmic Chibchan
jwiIka
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family (Aruak; Chibchan; South America)
yuiDamana
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family (Aruak; Chibchan; South America)
kereleDorasque
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family
kokobuyoKankuamo
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family
niuwiKogui
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Magdalenic Chibchan
tojiMaleku
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Votic Chibchan
dloTeribe
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Isthmic Chibchan
ra'saUwa
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Magdalenic Chibchan
dzhwiArhuaco
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Magdalenic Chibchan
jni (na - another source)Bari
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Southeastern Chibchan. Bari is related to other languages like Bogota and Ika.
ndnggaChimila
The language of native americans, Chibchan language family, Southeastern Chibchan
ar; kwarahy; kwarahyaParakan
Parakan is a Tupi-Guarani language spoken by about 800 indigenous people in Brazil (Xingu, State of Para).
paAwa Pit
The language of native americans, Barbacoan language family. Barbacoan languages (Barbacoan, Barbakoan, Barbacoano, Barbacoana) a small family of Indian languages of Columbia and Ecuador.
puitchrCoconuco
The language of native americans, Barbacoan language family
pychGuambiano
The language of native americans, Barbacoan language family
pyx (lat.)Totoro
The language of native americans, Barbacoan language family, Northern Barbacoan
indePasto
The language of native americans, Barbacoan language family
wejuCarib (De'kwana)
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
veyuCumanagoto
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
veyuTamanaku
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
veyuTrio
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
weyuAkawaio
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family - the main lang. family of the North of the South America.
kaCi; weyuCarib as of 1665
, Cariban
weiAkurio
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
weiIngariko
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
weiMacushi
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
vaiArecuna Pemon
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
weiTaurepan Pemon
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
bei/weyCarijona/Umaua dialect
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
vieyuChaima
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
wyiAtruahi
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
xixiApalai
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family (Brazilia)
sisiWayana
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family, Northern Cariban. Spoken along the Border with French Guiana, South Eastern Region, Suriname. Also Spoken in French Guiana.
sesiShikiana
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
eseseKaxuiana
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
ciciApingi
macro-carib (*)
titiArara do Para
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
chichiIkpeng
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
chiMaquiritari
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
tsiziYaruma
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
witiMatipuhy
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
xuxuBakairi
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
beCamaracoto
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
baniCoto
macro-tucanoan (*)
echarkunEnepa
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
kama:na Hixkaryana
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
katunMapoyo
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
vishuJapreria
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
vichoYukpa
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family, Northern Cariban
guitiKuikuro
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
yantonuYabarana
The language of native americans, Caribbean language family
lakAtakapa
The language of native americans, Gulf language family. North America.
isAtakapa
(penutian?) The language of native americans (*)
iS; lakWestern Atakapa
???
tcaaChitimacha
The language of native americans, Gulf language family. North America.
uwahcilNatchez
The language of native americans, Gulf language family
axcukTunica
The language of native americans, Gulf language family
colAchumawi
The language of native americans, Hokan language family (Nothern Carolina, USA)
galhoraOaxaca
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
galhoraOaxacan Chontal
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
allaChimariko
The language of native americans, Hokan language family. North America.
da/la/daPomo
The language of native americans, Hokan language family, Central/Easter/Northern Pomo
zaahSeri
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
sak (*)Jicaque
(Toi, Tolupan, Torupan) is a language spoken by some 300 Tolupan pejple in La Montana del Flor, Honduras.
daKashaya
The language of native americans, Hokan language family; North America
qsiChumash (Barbareno)
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
epangCochimi
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
aciEsselen
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
kuusuraKarok
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
kaweSalinan
The language of native americans (California), Hokan language family
cuwarShasta
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
tibeWasho
The language of native americans, Hokan language family
ehcerekunPanare
Spoken in the Central Region, Venezuela.
yamatPuinave
Spoken along the Colombia Border, Eastern Central Region, Venezuela. Also spoken in Colombia.
ka?iGoajiro
Spoken along the Colombian Border, Guajira Peninsula, Caribbean Coast, Western Venezuela. Also spoken in Colombia.
doYaruro
Spoken in the West Central Region, Venezuela.
tilewaYuwana
Spoken in the Central Region, Venezuela.
tsan (ca; eca)Achuar-Shiwiar
also known as Achuar, Jivaro, Maina; a Jivaroan language spoken along the Pastaza and Bobonaza rivers in Ecuador.
etsaAguaruna
The language of native americans, Jivaroan language family
etsa; ecaHuambisa
The language of native americans, Jivaroan language family. South America.
etsaShuar
The language of native americans, Jivaroan language family
mytApinaye
The language of native americans, Macro-Ge language family
meriBororo
The language of native americans, Macro-Ge language family
kuarasyTupinamba
(Nhe'engatu, Tupynamba) Tupi-Guarany language family. Brazil.
neriOtuqui
Brazil, Bolivia (*).
hvseMuskogee
The language of native americans, Muskogean language family
shidiYaminawa
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
zetiAraona
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
bariCashibo
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
bari; wariKashibo (Cashibo) Alto Aguaytia
, - . America.
bariKashibo (Cashibo) Bajo Aguaytia
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family. South America
wariKashibo (Cashibo) de San Alejandro
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family. South America
wariKashibo (Cashibo) Sungaroyacu
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family. South America
bariCapanahua
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family. South America
bariChacobo
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family. South America.
bari(-s) Shipibo-Konibo
Panoan; Panoan; South America. Shipibo-Konibo is the union of Indian tribes in the Amazon Jungle at the territiry of modern Peru.
bariKatukina Pano
Waninawa, also known as Kamanawa and Panoan Katukina, is a Panoan language of Brazil.
bariShipibo
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
variAmahuaca
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
variKatukina
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
variMarubo
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
variPacahuara
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
variYawanawa
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
wariPoyanawa
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
wariMastanahua
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
wariAtsahuaca
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
wariNocaman
Nocaman is an extinct Pano-Tacanan language of South America. Nocaman was once spoken in Brazil.
fariSharanahua
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
waliChitonahua
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
wachiKaxarari
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
badiCashinahua
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family.
bada; be:de; buduXavante
an Amerindian language (Ge family) spoken by the Xavante people in about 170 villages within the territory of eastern Mato Grosso, in Brazil.
wese [ws] badiMayoruna
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
ijetiCavinena
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
ichetiReyesano
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
idatiTacana
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
exetiHuarayo
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
tanunMatis
The language of native americans, Pano-Tacanan language family
pi:tsk'um (pickum)Alsea
The language of native americans, Penutian
o'olaxChinook
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
hismenCostanoan
Costanoan; Penutian; North America
hismenOhlone
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
hiema; hii; watuMiwok
The language of native americans, Penutian language family. There are three dialects - Central Miwok, Coast Miwok, Southern Sierra Miwok
hisemtuksNez Perce
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
aqalaxKathlamet
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
s'abaKlamath
The language of native americans (The Pasific coast), Penutian language family
pokomMaidu
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
wasMolalla
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
gimgmdziwsTsimshian
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
agalaxWasco-Wishram
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
sasWintu
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
aanYakama
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
aanYakama Sahaptin
The language of native americans, Penutian language family
opodo, xapil, opYokuts
The language of native americans in California, Penutian language family, there are three dialects - Foothill Yokuts (Choinimni - in California), Northern Valley Yokuts (Chukchansi), Southern Valley Yokuts (Yawelmani)
maiOrejon
The language of native americans, Tucanoan language family
maiSecoya
The language of native americans, Tucanoan language family
mayonMaxakali
(Maxakali; Macro-Ge; South America) an Amerindian language (language of native americans) spoken by a few hundred speakers in Brazil (fourteen villages in the state of Minas Gerais).
kuarahyGuarani
The language of native americans, Tupian language family
kwazadiShipaya
The language of native americans, Tupian language family
niokpoAmarakaeri
Harakmbet. The language .
upananuAndoa
The language of native americans
pananuArabela
The language of native americans
kuisBeothuk
The language of native americans
pi'ihChayahuita
Cahuapanan; Cahuapanan; South America.
nuhbaBora
The language of native americans
xieCamsa
The language of native americans. South America
nonamihaCahuarano
The language of native americans
zaariCandoshi
The language of native americans. South America
chigaCofan
The language of native americans. South America
takHuachipaeri
The language of native americans
teat nutHuave
The language of native americans. Huave is a Mexican language not known to be related to any other living language.
koki, kikiJebero
The language of native americans () (Cahuapanan; Cahuapanan; South America)
clon (or doowal)Karankawa
The language of native americans. Karankawa is an extinct language of Texas, not known to be related to any other living language.
oshach; osadzaKeres
The language of native americans
payKiowa
The language of native americans (Oklahoma state?), North America. Kiowa is a Kiowa-Tanoan language, related to Pueblo languages like Tewa and Tiwa.
natanikKootenai
The language of native americans
chutataMatlatzinca
The language of native americans
salayMichif creole
The language of native americans. Michif is a creole language with the very unusual feature of having nouns that come from the French language and verbs that come from the Cree language.
laptaMiskito
The language of native americans
xiiMixe de Coatlan
The language of native americans. Mixe is a Mize-Zoquean language, related to other languages like Zoque and Popoluca.
siMixe de Jaltepec
The language of native americans
si:wMixe de Tlahuitoltepec
The language of native americans (Mixe-Zoque; Mixe-Zoque; North America)
nihibaMuinane
The language of native americans (Columbia). Muinane is a Witotoan language, related to other languages like Bora and Witoto.
3*s3ko'revaju chu'o
Columbia, South America ?
wid7Nukak
(Guaviare, Maczsa, Nukak, Nukak Maku) () , , , , -, in Columbia.
wid7Nukak Maku
Columbia
hwaMuniche
The language of native americans
krenOna
The language of native americans
sekPaez
The language of native americans. North America.
shiviOluta Popoluca
The language of native americans. The Popoluca languages are Mixe-Zoquean languages, related to other languages like Mixe and Zoque.
shujwSayula Popoluca
The language of native americans
apiukukPuelche
The language of native americans. Puelche is a Chonan language, related to other languages like Selknam and Tehuelche.
wilhchanTepehua
The language of native americans
qahlaQuileute
The language of native americans. Chimakuan; Chimakuan; North America
thanTewa
The language of native americans
jenk or sheuenTehuelche
The language of native americans
iakeTicuna
The language of native americans (Ticuna; Ticuna; South America)
elaTimucua
The language of native americans (Timucua; Timucua; North America)
olVilela
The language of native americans
enotaUrarina
The language of native americans (Urarina; Urarina; South America)
t'untataTlahuica
The language of native americans
taxasTonkawa
The language of native americans (Tonkawa; Tonkawa; North America)
chichiniTotonac
The language of native americans
naenkeWaorani
The language of native americans. Waorani; Waorani; South America
jitomaMinica Witoto
The language of native americans
jitomaMurui Witoto
The language of native americans
hidomaNipode Witoto
The language of native americans
hitomaWitoto
(Colombia)
hitomaMeneca
hitomaHuitoto Mika
nupaMiranya
Andoquero (Miranya) is an extinct Witotoan language of Colombia.
hinaWappo
The language of native americans
hamaZoque de Francisco Leon
The language of native americans. Mixe-Zoque; Mixe-Zoque; North America
hama (jama)Sierra Popoluca
The language of native americans
jaamTexistepec Popoluca
The language of native americans
jamaZoque de Copainala
The language of native americans. Mixe-Zoque; Mixe-Zoque; North America
jamaZoque de Rayon
The language of native americans
jamaChimalapa Zoque
The language of native americans
maSumu
The language of native americans (Misumalpan; North America). Sumu is a Misumalpan language, related to other languages like Miskito and Ulwa.
maUlwa
The language of native americans. Ulwa is a Misumalpan language, related to other languages like Miskitu and Sumu.
ha:ma'Ayapa Zoque
The language of native americans
hiniiYagua
The language of native americans. Peba-Yaguan; Peba-Yaguan; South America
'ptso Yuchi
The language of native americans. Yuchi; Yuchi; North America
pilantYuki
The language of native americans. Yukian; Wappo-Yukian; North America
'iyanaukaZaparo
The language of native americans. Zaparo is a Zaparoan language, related to other languages like Cahuarano and Andoa.
natCinta-Larga
Cinta Larga is a Tupian dialect cluster of Brazil
mapihu; mapinChiapanec
Chiapanec is a presumably extinct indigenous Mexican language of the Oto-Manguean language family.
lukw~alQ'way'ayilq'
one of the Salish languages ?
kaNvuhCabecar Chiripo
Costa Rica
pesea; umadaEmbera
(also known as Choco) Northwestern Colombia and southeastern Panama.
khue**; mejiq; mesaq beba**Wabo
Wabo is a Malayo-Polynesian language of Papua, Indonesia.
katsirincaiteri; poreatsiriAshaninca
( - Campa) a language from the Arawakan family. , America.
yoColorado
,
cuarachiCocama (Kokama)
Tupi-Guarani; Tupian; western South America.
t'Egy~EmComox
Central SalishSalishan, North America
kaciriCaquinte
,
weyeyuIsland Carib
,
kilay; kileChorote
Matacoan; Matacoan; South America
hiMiwok (Bodega)
Miwok; Penutian; North America
hiSmen; ismenMutsun
Costanoan; Penutian; North America
tqal3sCoos (Hanis)
Coosan; Oregon Coast; North America
Cuhutat; ch'ujutatTumbala Chol
Mayan; Mayan; North America
yaWarao
The language of native americans. Warao; Warao; South America
ya'dok'ya (yatakya)Zuni
The language of native americans (language isolate).
hluqahlCowlitz
The Cowlitz language is a member of the Tsamosan branch of the Coast Salish family of Salishan languages.
eloNew Hebrides (?)
New Hebrides was the colonial name for an island group in the South Pacific that now forms the nation of Vanuatu, named after the Scottish archipelago. Native people had inhabited the islands for thousands of years before the first Europeans arrived (*).
esBetoi
Columbia, South America (*)
gheAwe
Niger-Congo (*)
giruGbe
Niger-Congo (*)
hueFon
Niger-Congo (*).
haroKerepunu
N. Guinee (*).
dareMaipua
Papua N. Guinee (*)
dariTagota
Papua N. Guinee (*)
hare (*)Orokolo
Eleman Proper; Eleman; Australia and Oceania. Papua N. Guinee
harei (*)Cham
Austronesian. Spoken in Vietnam. Malayo-Sumbawan; Austronesian; Asia
hu (*)Sentani
Noua Guinee de Vest. Sentani; Sentani; Asia
koge (*)Susu
Western Mande; Niger-Congo; Africa. Spoken in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Guinea Bissau.
ilaAfo
nat. amer. (*).
kakiAndaki
Columbia (*).
kekiLimba
nat. amer. (California)(*).
kogua (*)Cahuapana
nordul Perului .
hwaTaruma
Brazilia (*).
kuat (*)Kamaiura
Tupi-Guarani; Tupian; South America (Northern Brazil).
kuikaeKapishana
Venezuela, Brazilia (*).
lalMatagalpa
Nicaragua (*).
lanCapaopera
Sierra Leone (*).
ne; thuraBurmeza
Birma (*).
ne'raKodagu
Dravidian language, India (*).
nyambi, nzambiBacongo
Angola (*).
owiGuang
Niger-Congo (*).
weYula
Niger-Congo (*).
we (*)Tem
Gur; Niger-Congo; Africa
pari (?)Yupultepec, Chiquimulilla
native americans (*).
qsiInezeno (?)
native american (*).
ruwaChagga
Tanzanica (*).
iruba; iruwa; ruwaTaita
Taita, or Dawida, is a Bantu language spoken in the Taita Hills of Kenya.
sal (*)Garo
Bodo-Garo; Sino-Tibetan; AsiaAssam, India .
yaal(*)Ulithian
(Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia and Oceania) Ulithian is the name of the language spoken on Ulithi atoll and neighboring islands. Micronezia .
yabadaBugilai
British New Guinea (*).
ruC; rX~uCParachi
The Parachi language is an Iranian language. Parachi is spoken by some 600 individuals of the Paracha ethnic group in Afghanistan
giin (gin)Pir Komaj Khorasani
Pir Komaj is a place with a very small population in the province of Khorasan, Iran
wEdEmSaki
east Iranian language
yirShimsal Wakhi
Shimsal Wakhi is an Indo-European language in the Eastern Iranian branch spoken in Northern Pakistan.
lawTasha (Qixin) Tujia
Tasha Tujia - - , (north-western Hunan Province and south Hubei Province) 70000 . - .
naw-chiDuogu Tujia
Duogu Tujia - - , . - .
no-douBoluo (Luxi) Tujia
Duogu Tujia - - , .
lo-yi-duTanxi Tujia
Tanxi Tujia - - , .
qa-ka:nTlingit (Nothern)
, (Tlingit; Na-Dene; )
e-lova-lo-va(lova - . - ) Bakweri - Bantu
Bantu ( )
moi (?); buny (?) Bamwe - Bantu
Bantu ( )
simigi (Hurrian)
extinct language spoken from the last centuries of the 3rd millenium BC until at list the latter years of the Hittite empire (Syria, Mesopotamia)
ne-piDali
(the (Southern) dialect of Bai language) Dali Prefecture within Yunnan province of China
yi-piJianchuan
(the (Central) dialect of Bai language) Jianchuan County, Yunnan province of China
niBijiang
(the (Nothern) dialect of Bai language) China
te-moKayah Li (Eastern)
Karen; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
le-muKaren (Bwe)
Karen; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
le-muKaren (Geba)
Karen; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
h3SiTalysh
The Talysh language is a Northwestern Iranian language spoken in the northern regions of the Iranian provinces of Gilan and Ardabil
ran-sanAtong
Atong is a Sino-Tibetian language spoken in the South Garo Hills and West Khasi Hills districts of Meghalaya state in Nothern India, southern Kamrup district in Assam and adjacent areas in Bangladesh.
sin candoSantali
Santali is a language in the Munda subfamily of Austroasiatic languages, related to Ho and Mundari. It is spoken by around 6.2 million people in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal, although most of its speakers live in India.
?aj-itAacax
. - , - .
bariShiri
- :
bariAmuzgi
- :
bariSanzhi Dargi
spoken in the central part of Daghestan in the Caucasus (Russia).
be:galaAshti
- :
(amer)Bzyb
- : -
simigiHurrian
- : -
iYugh
:
e:gaKott
:
eyaArin
:
hix-emPumpokol
:
xig-aYEN (?)
:
nitEarly Zhou Chinese
The Sino-Tibetan family:
nitClassical Chinise
The Sino-Tibetan family:
nitLate Middle Chinese
The Sino-Tibetan family:
nit teu Gan
Gan is a group of Chinese varieties spoken as the native language by many people in the Jiangxi province of China, as well as significant populations in surrounding regions such as Hunan, Hubei, Anhui, and Fujian.
t'aiStandard Chinese
The Sino-Tibetan family:
mi-t'eJian'ou Chinese
The Sino-Tibetan family:
ziat-hauWenchang Hainase
The Sino-Tibetan family:
yi-piJianchuan
The Sino-Tibetan family:
ne-piDali
The Sino-Tibetan family:
niBijiang
The Sino-Tibetan family:
lawTasha (Qixin) Tujia
The Sino-Tibetan family:
nawDuogu Tujia
The Sino-Tibetan family:
naw (naw-ci)Dianfang Tujia
The Sino-Tibetan family:
no-douBoluo Tujia
The Sino-Tibetan family:
lo-yi-duTanxi Tujia
The Sino-Tibetan family:
lemuBwe Karen
The Sino-Tibetan family:
lemuGeba Karen
The Sino-Tibetan family:
temoEastern Kayah Li
The Sino-Tibetan family:
ransanAtong
The Sino-Tibetan family: -
qeteket (qetekit)Eyak
Na-Dene family:
:Hupa
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
sa; whaHupa
-,
saKato
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
sa:Taldash Galice
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
xa:Mattole
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
nu-yiUpper Inlet Tanaina
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
ni?-iOuter Inlet Tanaina
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
n?u-yiInland Tanaina
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
n?u-yiIlliamna Tanaina
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group (The North America)
na?a:-yCentral Ahtena
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
ya'aiLipan
Lipan is an Eastern Southern Athabaskan language spoken by the Lipan Apache. .
ya'ai-
The Western Apache language (Ndee biyati' - ) is a Southern Athabaskan language spoken among the 14,000 Western Apaches living primarily in east central Arizona.
sa:Mentasta Ahtena
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
saDogrib
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
sa:Tanacross
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
sa:Upper Tanana (Tetlin)
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
saNadleh Whut'en
The Nadleh Whut'en speak a dialect of the Dakelh (Carrier) Language which is part of the Athapaskan language family.
saCentral Carrier
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
saCarrier
, Northern Athabaskan Languages. America (AthapaskanNa-DeneNorth America)
saGalice
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
so:Koyukon
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group. Alaska: Koyukuk and middle Yukon rivers.
soLower Tanana (Minto)
Na-Dene family: Athabaskan group
nh~e (ne)Xiangxi
The Xong language, also known as Xiangxi Miao, Eastern Miao, Meo, Red Miao, and North Hmongic, is a dialect cluster of Hmongic languages in South China and North Vietnam
neQiandong
- :
noChuanqiandian
- :
lunuDiandongbei
- :
nuHmong Daw
- :
nuHmong Njua
- :
pononBunu
- :
veinoBaonao
- :
taunkauNumao
- :
ntonLonghua Jionguai
- :
ntonLiuxiang Jionguai
- :
hanoXiaozhai Younuo
- :
hanoHuangluo Younuo
- :
alaqaneiNothern Pa-Hug
- :
aoneSouthern Pa-Hug
- :
nanneHm-Nai
- :
ay
Omotic family:
ka:hkwa:?Seneca
: -
syo:qwemUpriver Halkomelem
: -
sem'sathetIsland Halkomelem
: -
anaMojave
:
naCocopa
:
na:Yavapai
:
naJamul Tiipay
:
enaMesa Grande 'Iipay
:
ku:srahKaruk
:
sa:Seri
:
ha?daKashaya
:
h'a?daSouthern Pomo
:
daCentral Pomo
:
m'it'a:Nothern Pomo
:
la:Eastern Pomo
:
mc'ildaSoutheeastern Pomo
:
d'a-kaNortheastern Pomo
:
gal?'oraHighland Chontal
:
'as:a
:
c'u:warShasta
:
t'ui-naNothern Yana
:
t'ui-xiYahi
:
qsiIneseno
:
loc'akTol
:
pok'-oMaidu
:
p'ok'-0Konkow
:
h'i:Bodega Miwok
:
h'i:Lake Miwok
:
hi:Plains Miwok
:
hi?e:maNothern Sierra Miwok
:
hi?'e:maCentral Sierra Miwok
:
watuSouthern Sierra Miwok
:
di:beWasho
:
t'amitCahuilla
- :
waggay weroHup
:
xwtwbDaw
:
papiiy (papaay)Nadeb
:
tahaArikapu
- :
tohoDjcoromitxi
- :
tVseProto-Jabuti
- :
empaigaAbilon
- :
kekkiShiwilu
:
pi'iShawi
:
ipi-'oAngaataha
(Angaatiya, Angaataha; Angaatiha) A language of Papua New Guinea.
jieAsmat, North
Keenok. Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yo cenamAsmat Central (Kainak, Atat Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yepaka (sunlight)Asmat, Central (Keenok, Yipaer Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yopoka (sunlight)Asmat, Central (Mecamup, Amanamkai Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yopeke (sunlight)Asmat, Central (Misman, Meriten Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yopaka (sunlight)Asmat, Central (Mecamup, Omanesep Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
zoeAsmat, Yaosakor
yoeAsmat, Central (Keenakap, Miwar Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yowAsmat, Central (Mismam, Suru Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yowAsmat, Central (Mismam, Yepem Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yoeAsmat, Central (Keenakap, Namen Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yow; jawuiAsmat, Casuarina Coast
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yowAsmat, Central (Simai, Ayam Dialect)
Asmat-Kamoro; Trans-New Guinea; Asia
yow; yawi; jou; zoeAsmat, Central
Trans-New Guinea, Asmat-Kamoro, Asmat
yooAsmat, Central (Keenok, Komar Dialect)
Trans-New Guinea, Asmat-Kamoro, Asmat
yow; jawuiAsmat, Casuarina Coast
Trans-New Guinea, Asmat-Kamoro, Asmat
yawKamoro
Trans-New Guinea, Asmat-Kamoro, Kamoro
yowiSempan
Trans-New Guinea, Asmat-Kamoro, Sempan
tanamCitak
Trans-New Guinea, Asmat-Kamoro, Asmat
asireKamberau
Trans-New Guinea, Asmat-Kamoro, Sabakor
asiraBuruwai
Trans-New Guinea, Asmat-Kamoro, Sabakor
a:nunRere Koalib
:
aninEbang
:
aninAbul
:
nje:f ( )Serer
: - ( - ), Africa
siBobo
: -
ciAbe
:
gbeAbidji
:
ewuAkunuu Akpes
Benue-Congo family:
ewuEkiromi Akpes
Benue-Congo family:
uwahaAbar
Benue-Congo family:
uwahaMissong
Benue-Congo family:
NzuiEjagham
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
nzolNkem
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
nzolAbanyom
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
nzunEfutop
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
nzonNde
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
nzulNsell
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
nzunNta
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
nzulNkum
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
nzolNnam
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
nzulEkajuk
Benue-Congo family: Ekajuk group (Nigeria)
enen (.)Mwetug Akoose
Benue-Congo family: Bantu-A
ene (.)Elung Akoose
Benue-Congo family: Bantu-A
mpasoNilamba
Benue-Congo family: Bantu-F
mutenaNkoya
Benue-Congo family: Bantu-L
ilangaXhosa
Benue-Congo family: Bantu-S
okaSai Gumuz
:
okaSese Gumuz
:
wo:kaMetemma Gumuz
:
woka:Gojjam Gumuz
:
ndana:yaKatcha
- : -
ndina:yaKadugli
- : -
ndalayaMiri
- : -
teneaTulishi
- : -
ndala:yaKanga
- : -
andanayaTumma
- : -
ayyaKrongo
- : -
ayaKeiga
- : -
i:yaTumtum
- : -
ca: (za)(jah)Hoan
- : (Africa)
llx'oin|Xam
- :
ll'oe||Ng!ke
- :
ll'uiKhomani
- :
ll'uiN|uu
- :
llumi||Xegwi
- :
le (len)|'Auni
- :
l'i|Haasi
- :
ll'an!Xoong
- :
ll'anKakia
- :
ll'an (ll'e:)N|u||en
- :
soresNama
- :
sore-b (sore-b-i)!Ora
- :
lamZhu'hoan
- :
lamKxauen
- :
lam! Kung
- :
la:mGrootfontein ! Kung
- :
lam!O! Kung
- :
gaoEkoka ! Xung
- :
lam (Nama, Khoekhoegowab)
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group. : 234 . .
lam (Cape Khoekhoe)
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group. - , () , 100 .
lam (Kxoe)
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group (7 . )
lam - (||Ani-Buga)
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group. (4 .)
lam (Naro)
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group
lam - (||Gana-|Gui)
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group. (4,5 .)
lam#Haba
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group
lam; koboCara
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group
lam|Xaise
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group
lamDanisi
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group
lamTs'ixa
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group
k'oboDeti
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group (Africa)
lam (Tshwa)
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group. (9,3 .)
lam (Shua)
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group. (6 .)
lamHiechware
- : Kalahari-Khoisan group
?ui-deKwadi
- :
ll'akasuSandawe
: . , . Africa
?iso-wa-koHadza
: (Hadza; Africa)
w'ar
- : -
w'ar-i
- : -
medi?
- : -
eyAbau
- :
wat:iNgalakan
: -
e-lova-lo-va(lova - . - ) Bakweri - Bantu
Bantu ( )
moi (?); buny (?) Bamwe - Bantu
Bantu ( )
diawArvanitic
The language is spoken in Greece.
kokoDadia
north-east of Greese
3NJumjum
Jumjum, a Nilotic language. They live in the Upper Nile Province (Africa)
iziKumfutu
Cameroon
firEkoromfe
Koromfe is a Gur language spoken in a U-shaped area around the town of Djibo, in the north of Burkina Faso and southeastern Mali, bordering Dogon Country.
teKono
The Kono language is a language spoken in Sierra Leone by the Kono people.
treKanikakan
, - Africa
tereKorokan
, - Africa
tereKoyagakan
Alternate names: Koya, Koyaa, Koyaga, Koyaga Jula, Koyaka, Koyara. Ivory Coast ( ), Africa
tereNigbikan
, Africa
tereSagakakan
, Africa
tereSiakakan
, Africa
ʒalaKim
The language is spoken in southern Chad (Africa)
w?Koshin
Koshin is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon
aɲiŋKibet
Kibet (Kibeit, Kibeet, Kabentang) is spoken in Chad
tufutJerba
Djerba, also transliterated as Jerba or Jarbah, is, at 514 square kilometres (198 sq mi), the largest island of North Africa, located in the Gulf of Gabes. ??
8fuS8Metmata
( Africa)
5aNKonja Ndung
, Africa.
5eNg~eKonja Sundani
, Africa.
puAdangme
Adangme (also called Dangme), is a Kwa language spoken in south-eastern Ghana by 800,000 people.
5umAdere (Adare; Hareri)
Somali (Africa)
bisiAvikam
Avikam is one of the Lagoon languages of Ivory Coast, Africa
liwuleAvatime
Kwa; Niger-Congo; Africa (West Central Ghana)
oleoDesa Wali
Africa ???
oluIgala
a VoltaNiger language. It is spoken by the Igala ethnic group of Nigeria.
oloGbi
The Gbi and Dorue language, also known as Gbee or Gbi and Dorue, is similar to the Krahn dialect/language of the NigerCongo language family. It is spoken in northern Liberia
oloBanda-Ndele
the Central African Republic
oduBonggi
Bonggi (Banggi) is an Austronesian language spoken in Sabah, Malaysia
roroBanda
Banda is a family of Ubangian languages spoken by the Banda people of Central Africa.
5opNubaca
a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon.
m3sBoyawa
Niger-Kordofanian, Niger-Congo; Africa
SiSw~iBabungo
(Vengo) Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
numBambui
Mbui (Bambui) is a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon.
dECBaga Sitemu
Southern Atlantic; Niger-Congo; Africa
detBaga Binari
Niger-Congo; Africa
oberBench (Bencho)
(Gimira) southern Ethiopia. Africa.
reyosoKohumono
Cross River; Niger-Congo; Africa
muku;; viciBn
Bana is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in northern Cameroon
enBurun
Burun is a Nilotic language of Sudan.
ayiBuduma
Biu-Mandara; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
iTvuItanikom
The Kom language (Itanikom) is spoken by over 150,000 speakers living in Boyo Division, located in the North West Province of Cameroon.
TvuMbizinaku
Central Africa
le:hnBalanta
Balanta is a Bak language of west Africa spoken by the Balanta people. (?)
kalaKuwaa
The Kuwaa language, also known as Belle, Belleh, Kowaao, and Kwaa, is a Kru language of the NigerCongo language family.
wane; bo5ElEBolia
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
eTBaga Manduri
, Africa
tAnngaBangi
The Bangi language, or Bobangi, is a relative and main lexical source of the Lingala language spoken in central Africa. Dialects of the language are spoken on both sides of the Ubangi and Congo Rivers.
cuba; danga; jani; tadi; tango; tanyaProto-Bantu
Africa
venaNgz
Congo ??? Africa
i; seProto-Ngiri
Equatorial Africa. Bantu .
tilaiEjamat
or Jola-Felupe (Feloup, Felup, Felupe, Floup, Flup, Fulup) Casamance region of Senegal and neighboring Guinea-Bissau
kEmKamba
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
cu; tsuFang
Spoken in Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon & Congo.
maSaMahas
Eastern Sudanic language family, .
sanPichi
Fernando Po Creole English (Fernandino), is an Atlantic English-lexicon Creole language spoken on the island of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea.
ley; tiloGanja
Fganja (Ganja). A separate language from Balanta-Kentohe in Guinea-Bissau.
ko- pl.; ya:nu**; n-o:ko**Bidyogo-Wilson
Guinea and Guinea-Bissau
namFe'fe'
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
t-εŋən Ko (Winye)
Gur; Niger-Congo; Africa
alaNw~uEkpeye
Nigeria
TiNg~iNding
Nding is an extinct NigerCongo language in the Talodi family of Kordofan, Sudan.
aotE7Elmolo
northern Kenya
letuBurunge
Southern Cushitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
nth$aNg~uKibeembe
Bembe (Kibeembe) is a Bantu language of Congo-Brazzaville.
yuruGuiberoua Bete
Cote dIvoire (Africa)
yuruzru**Daloa
(Bete) Cote d'Ivoire
kadaModo (Jur Modo)
South Sudan
kad3; kadiBediondo
Chad (Africa)
koloNBari
Bari is the Nilotic language of the Karo people, spoken over large areas of Central Equatoria state in South Sudan. (Africa)
koloNKuku
The Kuku language belongs to the Bari language group, of the Southeastern Nilotic branch of the Nilotic language family of the Southern Sudan and Northern Uganda.
koloNNgyepu
the Southern Sudan and Northern Uganda.
koloNNyanggwara
the Southern Sudan and Northern Uganda.
akolSoutheastern Dinka
South Sudan
akolAgar
not found
akolRek
Rek people, a subsection of the Dinka people, an ethnic group. Rek language, a standard variety of the Dinka language. South Sudan
noBafut
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
munoonBafanji (Fanji)
the language of the Bafanji people in the Northwest Region of Cameroon
Z3 (izy)**Bafmeng
Mmem (Bafmeng) is a Grassfields Bantu language of Cameroon.
nenobBeba
Beba (Bebadji, Mubadji) is a Grassfields Bantu language spoken in Cameroon
isateIllo Busa
Nigeria
hu:su; wunt~o; wusuBisa
(Bissa) - -, ( 150 . ), (80 .) (30 . , 1992). Eastern Mande; Niger-Congo; Africa
patoBidiyo
Bidiyo (also known as Bidyo, Bidio, Bidiyo, Bidiyo-Waana, Bidiya) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in south central Chad. Alio
kw~araBilen
The Bilen language is spoken by the Bilen people in and around the city of Keren in Eritrea and Kassala in eastern Sudan
kw~araProto-Northern-Agaw
Ethiopia
yenuBimoba
Gur; Niger-Congo; Africa
monto*nSouthern Birifor
,
jesBikele (Bekol)
Cameroon
a5i; yanyoBijago
Bijago (or Bidyogo) is the language of the Bissagos Archipelago of Guinea-Bissau.
i:bandeBidyogo-1
Guinea and Guinea-Bissau ( Africa)
ya:nyoBidyogo-2
Guinea and Guinea-Bissau
hin7~iCo; t'abaraBurji
Eastern Cushitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
elinHadiyya
Hadiyya (Hadiyigna, Adiya) is the Afroasiatic language of the Hadiya people of Ethiopia.
loo'aaIraqw
Iraqw is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Tanzania in the Arusha Region.
agb~alaArogbo
Nigeria
fuZiHya
Hya is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in northern Cameroon and neighboring regions of Nigeria.
futaZime
Mesme is an Afro-Asiatic language of Chad. Zime (Djime) is a generic name.
fitiLamang
Lamang (Laamang) is an Afro-Asiatic language of Nigeria.
faraHona
Hwana (also known as Hwona, Hona, Tuftera, Fiterya) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Adamawa State, Nigeria.
ferta (Gabin)
(Africa)
fərtaGa'anda
Ga'anda (also known as Ganda, Ga'andu, Mokar, Makwar) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken by about 10,000 people in the Adamawa state of Nigeria.
Hehe
Hehe is a Bantu language spoken by the Hehe people of the Iringa region of Tanzania.
bariKahe
The Kahe are an ethnic and linguistic group based southeast of Moshi in Kilimanjaro Region of Tanzania.
p3CiKilba (Huba)
Nigeria
aɲinHeiban
The Heiban language, Ebang, or Abul, is a NigerCongo language in the Heiban family spoken in Kordofan, Sudan.
abbiHozo
Hozo is an Afroasiatic language spoken in Ethiopia
riXLate Egyptian
Late Egyptian is the stage of the Egyptian language that was written by the time of the New Kingdom of Egypt around 1350 BC the Amarna Period.
rXMiddle Egyptian
Middle Egyptian is the typical form of Egyptian written from 2000-1300 BC (after Old Egyptian and before Late Egyptian), during the Middle Kingdom and the subsequent Second Intermediate Period.
oyi; əyεIgbira
also spelled Igbirra or Ebira inhabitants of the areas northeast and southwest of the confluence of the Niger and Benue rivers in central Nigeria.
anuIgede
the language spoken in Benue State and Cross River State, Nigeria,
EiEdEnnemor
Inor, sometimes called Ennemor, is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in central Ethiopia.
tsiIsu
Cameroon
n-nεIrigwe
(Also known as Iregwe, Kwal, Nnerigwe, Nkarigwe, Rigwe, Nyango, Miango, Kwoll). The Rigwe language, Irigwe, is a Plateau language of Nigeria.
cuko; kyvkon**Animere
( - Anyimere, Kunda) East and Central Ghana (Africa)
pisGoemai
West Chadic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
ra; ura**Obolo
Cross River; Niger-Congo; Africa
ehe; jeheJarawa (in Nigeria)
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
nnmee**Denya
Denya is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon in the Mamfe family.
5me'DenyaBajwo
a Bantoid language of Cameroon
mweDenyaBasho
a Bantoid language of Cameroon
nme'DenyaBitieku
a Bantoid language of Cameroon
Nm~NmeDenyaTakamanda
a Bantoid language of Cameroon
sanza5iAnyi
Kwa; Niger-Congo; Africa
%nk~umb~iAngolar
(also Ngola) a minority language of Sao Tome and Principe, spoken in the southernmost towns of Sao Tome Island and sparsely along the coast. Creoles and Pidgins; Africa
yen; yen-uGurma
Gur; Niger-Congo; Africa
omobaso: rE; risase; sase; yoba Ekegusii
a Bantu language of Kenya
kàdiGulay
Gulay (Gulai, Gulei) is a BongoBagirmi language of Chad.
hallikko; uqayEGawwadaDalpena
Gawwada (also known as Gauwada, Gawata, Kawwad'a, Kawwada) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Ethiopia.
uqayEGawwadaGobeze
an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Ethiopia
ha:llikko; oqayyeGawwadaGollango
an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Ethiopia
ha:llikk; uk'ayεGawwadaHarso-Werize
an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Ethiopia
ha:llikkoGawwadaDobase
an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Ethiopia
xallikkoGawwada
an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Ethiopia
wont~aNa; wunte:ŋaFrafra
Frafra or Farefare, also known as Guren?, is the language of the Frafra people of northern Ghana, particularly the Upper East Region, and southern Burkina Faso.
nentaŋNabte
Nabit (Nabt), or Nabdem (also Nabde, Nabte, Nabdam, Nabdug, Nabrug, Nabnam, Namnam), is a Gur language of Burkina Faso and Ghana.
soeGbaya
- -
ylo**Yocoboue
Yocoboue is also known as Guitry, Gakpa, Goudou (Gudu), and Kagou (Kagwe). (Africa)
oka; o:kaSese
Sese language, Niger-Congo language of the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
okaGojjam
northwestern Ethiopia?
oka; wɔ:kaGumuz
Gumuz; Nilo-Saharan; Africa
oɲokoGwa
Gwa is one of the Southern Bantoid Jarawan languages of Nigeria.
i3mErSoddo
Semitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
ŋwεGrebo-Marchese
Kru (, Africa)
ŋweGrebo-Innes
Kru (, Africa)
wayniTadaksahak
The Dawsahak language, Tadaksahak (also Daoussahak, Dausahaq) is a Songhay language spoken by the pastoralist Idaksahak of the Menaka area of Mali.
wuluŋuHanga
Ghana (Africa)
awaGanza
Ganza (also Ganzo, Koma) is an Afro-Asiatic language (Omotic), spoken in Sudan and in the western Benishangul-Gumuz region of Ethiopia, specifically in the village districts of Penishuba and Yabeldigis.
a'waGamo
North Omotic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
awa; awateraArbore
Arbore is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Ethiopia in a few settlements of Hamer woreda near Lake Chew Bahir. Africa
awaDawro
Ethiopia.
awaKoyra
, Africa
awaGidicho
aw-aChara
Chara (alternatively Ciara or Cara) is an Afro-Asiatic language of the North Omotic variety spoken in Ethiopia by 13,000 people.
awaBambassi
Bambassi is an Omotic Afroasiatic language spoken in Ethiopia around the towns of Bambasi and Didessa in the area east of Asosa in Benishangul-Gumuz Region.
awaDorze
Dorze is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in the Gamo Gofa Zone of Ethiopia.
awaAwngi
an Afro-Asiatic language of the family's Cushitic branch. It's native speakers are the Awi people of Ethiopia.
eweMina
This language is spoken in the South of Benin, Ghana and Togo.
awaShinasha
Shinasha, also known as Boro (Borna, Bworo) is a North Omotic language spoken in western Ethiopia
owi; owaGikyode (Chode, Gichode, Kyode)
Ghana, Africa
ewiGua-1
Ghana ?
ojw~i; ewiAwutu
Awutu is a Guang language spoken by 180,000 in coastal Ghana.
owiAnyanga (Nyanga, Ginyanga?)
a Guang language of Togo (Africa).
εwiGua-2
Ghana ?
jru** Guere
Kru; Niger-Congo; Africa
weseYaayuwee
(Northwest Gbaya) Cameroon (Africa)
weseProto-Gbaya
( Gbaya)
weseGbeya
Gbaya-Manza-Ngbaka; Niger-Congo; Africa
weseGbeya Bossangoa
Gbaya-Manza-Ngbaka; Niger-Congo; Africa
ese; isiGhadames
, .
gad3gy~i; usuraGude
Biu-Mandara; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
pasCuvok
Cuvok is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in northern Cameroon.
ci; cikiDama
??? Dama language (Cameroon), possibly a dialect of Mono. Dama language (Sierra Leone), A dialect of the Khoekhoe language spoken by the Damara people (Namibia).
otyoSewe
Cameroon, Africa.
za?Duru
The Duru languages are a group of Savanna languages spoken in northern Cameroon and eastern Nigeria.
nasa**Dii
(Dourou, Durru, Duru, Nyag Dii, Yag Dii, Zaa) Cameroon, Africa
vi-anEton
Eton, or Iton, is a Bantu language spoken by the Eton people of Cameroon
unnZiFali
northern Cameroon
pasMofu
an Chadic language spoken in northern Cameroon.
jobENsari
Saari, or Nsari, is an Eastern Beboid language of Cameroon.
joloBasaa
Basaa (Bassa, Basa, Bissa), or Mbene, is a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon by the Basaa people.
taNliIpulo
Ipulo, or Assumbo, is a Tivoid language of Cameroon. The rather divergent dialects are Olulu and Tinta/Etongo.
mpumtentshwi**Akanunku
Cameroon, Central Africa, Africa
wimoroBo
??? Bo language can refer to: Bo language (Laos) (Maleng). Bo language (India) (Aka-Bo). Bo language (New Guinea). Bo language (Mali) (Bomu). Bankon language (Cameroon), also known as Bo language.
kh~itaNBebe
Bebe, or Naami, is an Eastern Beboid language of Cameroon.
wuoCung
Cung (Chung) is a dialect of an Eastern Beboid language of Cameroon.
woMundabli
Mundabli is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon.
yehiBatanga
This language is spoken in Cameroon.
namBatie
Cameroon (?)
namBamoun
(Mum) Cameroon
namFotouni
Cameroon
namBalafi
Other names for the Fe'fe' language: (Balafi, Bafang, Bamileke-Fe'fe', Bandja-Babountou, Bangan, Ca', Fa', Fe'efe'e, Feefee, Fefe, Fondanti, Fondjomekwet, Fotouni, La'fi, Mkwet, Nee, Ngam, Njee-Poantu, Nka', Ntii, Nufi, Tungi')
namBangam
Cameroon
njamMedumba
a Grassfields language of Cameroon.
fianaKang Barombi
Rombi (Lombi; Barombi) is a Bantu language spoken in the Meme department of the Southwest Province of southwestern Cameroon by the Barombi (Barumbi, Balombi) people. : Kang Barombi, Mbo Barombi, Mokono Barombi Kotto Barombi
3T3Z3; zy**Babanki
Babanki, or Kejom (Kidzem), is a Grassfields Bantu language of Cameroon.
mennoBamenyam
Cameroon
atshiwi**; hyaNg~aBum
Bantu language of Cameroon
duluBalong
Bafaw-Balong is a Bantu language of Cameroon.
duluBafo
a Bantu language of Cameroon.
dioDumbo
( Kemezung language) is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon.
viCiKamweFali Kiria
Nigeria
viCiKamweHigi-Baza
Nigeria
v3CiKamweHigi Futu
Nigeria
v3CiKamweHigi-Nkafa
Nigeria
v3CiKamweFali Gili
Nigeria
ewui; εwi Gua
Gua (Gwa) is a Guang language spoken by 180,000 in coastal Ghana.
wargu (warku)Gayardilt
Gayardilt is a language spoken in Australia.
sanGuyanese
an English-based creole language spoken by people in Guyana.
||'anTaa
Taa, also known as !Xoo, is a Khoisan language notable for its large number of phonemes, perhaps the largest in the world. Most speakers live in Botswana, but a few hundred live in Namibia.
ouweFoodo
a Guang language spoken in and around the town of Semere in the north of Benin (Africa).
kazaFuru
Furu is a Central Sudanic language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
tabaGabri
the Tandjile Region of Chad.
aduBorana
Borana, or Southern Oromo, is a variety of Oromo spoken in Southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya by the Borana people.
aduOromo (Harar)
Eastern Cushitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
aduMecha Oromo
Ethiopia
baiGbanziri
Gbanziri (Gbanzili) is a Ubangian language of the Central African Republic and Democratic Republic of the Congo.
do*kusuGen
Gen is a Gbe language spoken in the southeast of Togo in the Maritime Region. It is also spoken in the Mono Department of Benin.
wuluGeme
Geme is a Zande language spoken in two small villages of the Central African Republic.
L'3hay; daXayGi'iz
The Ge'ez language (or Gi'iz language) is an ancient language that developed in the Ethiopian Highlands of the Horn of Africa as the language of the peasantry.
sEgElEGafat
The Gafat language is an extinct South Ethiopian Semitic language that was once spoken along the Abbay River (Nile) in Ethiopia.
yebeGbin
Gbin (Gbi) is an extinct Mande language of Ivory Coast
tafuctGhmara
The Ghomara language is a Northern Berber language spoken in Morocco.
wi; windiKulaal
southern Chad ?
u-yeGangam
Ngangam (Gangam) is a language of the Gurma people spoken in Togo and Benin.
yiliKweni
Ivory Coast ( , Africa)
lellaBua
The Bua language is spoken north of the Chari River around Korbol and Gabil in Chad (Africa).
NwinBasari
Northern Atlantic; Niger-Congo; Africa
itaNBushong
Bushong (Bushoong) is a Bantu language of the Kasai region of Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Tw~iBulu
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
depal; lipal; m- pal; palSouthern Bullom
Sierra Leone
folo; holoBandi
Western Mande; Niger-Congo; Africa
tileBambara [bam]
Major language of Mali, West Africa.
cana (tsana) Mamara [myk]
Minyanka language of Mali, West Africa.
kiye Soninke [snk]
language of Mali, West Africa.
idigoAna Tinga Dogon
Ana Dogon, or Ana Tiŋa, is a Dogon .
uduguTebul Ure Dogon
Africa
3rhoDuka
Kainji; Niger-Congo; Africa
balaabJoola-Fooni
Senegal and Gambia
tereJula de Kong
Burkina Faso, Cote dIvoire
tleJula Vhiculaire
Africa (?)
matEanrauDusun Witu
Dusun Witu, or Witu, is a language spoken by the Dusun people of Borneo that is closely related to Malagasy on Madagascar.
pute**Dira
Burkina Faso? Africa.
?iaAbron
Abron or Bono is the language of the Abron people and a major dialect of the Akan language of Central Ghana. It is spoken by 1,050,000 in the region of Brong Ahafo (Central Ghana) and as well as 130,000 (as of 1993)...
erumu8ioAbua
Abua (Abuan) is a Central Delta language of Nigeria.
oyueAbure
Abure (Aboule, Abonwa, Akaplass) is a Tano language (Kwa, NigerCongo) spoken near Abidjan in Ivory Coast
oyuwoAhanta
(Africa). Western region: Takoradi to Princes Town. Southwest coast.
nl~ocopEwondo
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
naNe; na:ŋgeNigerian Fulfulde
???
huluGa
Kwa; Niger-Congo; Africa (Ghana)
adu; biftuWest Oromo
Eastern Cushitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
fətsiyGuduf
Biu-Mandara; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
obaEnya
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; Africa
iŋŋaltuGhulfan
Nubian; Nilo-Saharan; Africa
baiNgbaka Gilima
Niger-Congo; Africa
laNgbaka Pendi
Niger-Congo; Africa
cinGeji
Africa
epeniGuang
Africa?
nweKasele
(Akasele, Akaselem, Cemba, Chamba, Kamba, Tchamba) A language of Togo (Niger-Congo famely), Africa
nbrAlladian
(Alladyan, Allagia, Allagian) is one of the Lagoon languages of Ivory Coast (Africa). It is a Kwa language, closely related to Avikam
nununuTogo-Kan
Africa
nnomAshe
Central Nigeria
nayToro So Dogon
Africa
namYorno-So
an Eastern Dogon language (Africa)
nonDogon Toro TeguTandam-Tabi-Irwa
Africa
uju-ngoNajamba
a Western Dogon language (Mali)
namtombo so
one of the Dogon languages (Mali)
usuWalo
part of the Dogon group, spoken in northern Mali.
neBangeri Me
Bangeri Me is a Dogon language spoken in Mali.
ge:wneMombo
a Dogon language spoken in Mali.
ni-niGourou
The Eastern Dogon language (Africa), belonging to the Jamsay dialect and is spoken in several villages mostly south of Koro (a Fijian island).
niniJmsay
an Eastern Dogon langauge
ni-ni:Perge Tegu
Perge Tegu ('Pergue language') is an Eastern Dogon langauge, belonging to the Jamsay dialect and is spoken in Pergue village, which is on a rocky shelf near Beni.
nay:niy Gokana
Cross River; Niger-Congo; Africa
yluGodie
Kru; Niger-Congo; Africa
egw~aGola
Southern Atlantic; Niger-Congo; Africa
kwaraKemant
Central Cushitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
kudyoAjja (Aja)
Aja is a Central Sudanic language spoken in the southern South Sudanese province of Bahr el Ghazal and along the South Sudanese border in the Central African Republic.
yaAkpafu
a language of Ghana, Africa
kuwaSiwu
Siwu is spoken in the mountainous central part of the Volta Region of Ghana.
yubaBangubangu
A language of Democratic Republic of the Congo
tafutAwjila
(Awjilah, Aoudjila; tawjilit) . ()
sbabo; kadaBongo (Bungu; Dor)
Bongo-Bagirmi; Nilo-Saharan; , Africa
dipal; lepalNorthern Bullom
The Bullom languages are a small group of Mel languages spoken in Sierra Leone. The languages are :They are closely related to Kissi.
axaCoBirale
Ongota ( Birale), a moribund language of Southwest Ethiopia
enyaangaLubukusu
Bukusu (native name: Lubukusu) is a Bantu language spoken by the Bukusu people of western Kenya
teliJeri
Jeri is a Mande language of Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso.
biraBanka
Banka, or Bankagooma, is a minor Mande language of Mali.
tinBerti
Berti is an extinct Saharan language formerly spoken in northern Sudan
hoRegi
(Kikara, Kilegi, Kiregi)
teBolon
Bolon is a Manding language of Burkina Faso.
sENBom
The Bom language (alternates: Bome; Bomo) is an endangered language of Sierra Leone.
ushile (sh - ?) Anii
The Anii or Basila language (also Baseca, Ouinji-Ouinji ~ Winji-Winji) is spoken in central eastern Ghana, Benin, and central western Togo.
ayroAfare, Afar
, , . 1,6 .
eweAjagbe
(Aja) , (- ). , . 512 . , 360 . (- ) 152 . (- ). : , , (, ), , , (89 92 % ).
wosonuBoomu
This language is spoken in Mali
ahayDahlik
This language is spoken in Eritrea, in the Dahlak Archipelago (Red Sea). Note: same word as in the Tigre language (spoken in Eritrea and Ethiopia).
nyangouEshira
This language is spoken in the South of Gabon.
kumbiKiholo (Holu)
This language is spoken in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in Angola.
fila, ofilaAdele
( - Gidire) The Adele language is spoken in central eastern Ghana and central western Togo. It belongs to the geographic group of Ghana Togo Mountain languages of the Kwa branch of NigerCongo.
ceNAdhola
The Adhola language, also known as Japadhola and Ludama, is the language of the Adhola people (aka Jopadhola or Badama) of Uganda. Dhopadhola is generally mutually intelligible with Acholi, Lango, Kumam, and Alur of Uganda and Dholuo of Kenya.
ligbnAdyukru
Adjukru (Adioukrou, Adyoukrou, Adyukru, Ajukru) is a language of uncertain classification within the Kwa branch of the NigerCongo family. It is spoken in Ivory Coast.
T'EhEdArgobba
Argobba is spoken by about 40,000 people in an area north-east of Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. It is a member of the Southern Ethiopian branch of Semitic languages and has four main dialects: Harar (extinct), Aliyu Amba, Shewa Robit and Shonke.
utuOjiga
A language of South Sudan
yituOjila
(Abukeia, Avukaya) A language of South Sudan
matxBatsbi (batsba motjiti)
North Caucasian language
vya; wyaBaoule
the NigerCongo family of languages
lobaOroko
Oroko, also Bakundu-Balue or Balundu-Bima, is a Bantu dialect cluster spoken in Cameroon.
kaT; kaTaBagirmi
(also Baguirmi) is the language of the Baguirmi people of Chad (- ), belonging to the Nilo-Saharan family.
iftinBoon
Boon or Af-Boon is a nearly extinct Cushitic language spoken in Jilib District, Middle Jubba Region, Somalia.
w*oynETondi Songway Kiini
Tondi Songway Kiini is a variety of Southern Songhai spoken in several villages in the area of Kikara, Mali, about 120 km west of Hombori.
irHarari
Semitic; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
p3CiKilba
Biu-Mandara; Afro-Asiatic; Africa
aɲínHeiban
Heiban; Niger-Congo; Africa
uwiHorom
a Plateau language of Nigeria.
kumb~iKiholu
(Holo, Hongu, Kiholo, Kiholu) (Africa)
musDuguri
Nigeria
sunDirrim
Nigeria
liyuvaGciriku
Gciriku or Dciriku (Diriku) or Dirico (in Angola), also known as Manyo or Rumanyo, is a Bantu language spoken by 305,000 people along the Okavango River in Namibia, where it is a national language, in Botswana, and in Angola.
italNzadi
Nzadi is a Bantu language spoken in Congo.
yeaDn
Dan is a Mande language spoken primarily in Ivory Coast and Liberia (Africa).
boiDzuungoo
Burkina Faso ( ), Africa.
da; nyamlaDonga
Dong, or Donga (Nigeria).
kosoBussa
Bussa, or Mossiya, is a Cushitic language spoken in southern Ethiopia.
hw~enDakarkari
( : Cala-Cala, Chilala, Chilela, Dakakari, Dakarkari, Dakkarkari, Kolela, Lalawa, Lela) Nigeria.
fituFali Mucella
Nigeria
fitunFali Bwagira
Nigeria
na7 (na?)Falor
( ) Senegal.
owiaFanti
the Central Region of Ghana
nangeMaasina
Niger-Congo language.
kajʌFongoro
Fongoro is a minor Central Sudanic language of Chad and formerly of Sudan.
vivatFyer
Fyer (also known as Fier) is a West Chadic language spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria.
ilanzi (lanzi)Fipa
Fipa is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
pusNgas
Ngas, or Angas, is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria.
uhoArigidi
(or Oge). Nigeria.
ariSoGedeo
Gedeo is a Highland East Cushitic language of the Afro-Asiatic family spoken in south central Ethiopia.
arroAlaba-Kabeena
Alaba-K'abeena (Alaaba, Alaba, Allaaba, Halaba), also known as Wanbasana, is a Highland East Cushitic language spoken in Ethiopia in the Great Rift Valley southwest of Lake Shala
iruaKalabari
Kalabari is an Ijaw language of Nigeria spoken in Rivers State and Bayelsa State
iruaOkrika
Nigeria
m'asil**Andaandi
(, , ). Mattokki.
cuaChonyi
Chonyi is a Bantu language spoken in Kenya.
xei; reMet Remenkemi
Coptic or Coptic Egyptian (Met Remenkemi) is the latest stage of the Egyptian language, a northern Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Egypt until at least the 17th century.
patDangla
Dangaleat (also known as Dangla, Danal, Dangal) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in central Chad.
wuln-; wuntan-aDagbani
Dagbani (Dagbane), also known as Dagbanli and Dagbanle, is a Gur language spoken in Ghana.
xoloNDongotono
an Eastern Nilotic language spoken by an estimated 5,000 people in South Sudan
weynoDendi
Dendi is a Songhay language used as a trade language across northern Benin
ciNg~i; ts-ingiDengebu
Dengebu, also Dagik, Dagig, Thakik, Buram, Reikha, is a NigerCongo language in the Talodi family spoken in Kordofan, Sudan
guDewoin
The Dewoin language, also known as De, Dey, or Dei, is a Kru language of the NigerCongo language family. It is spoken primarily near the coastal areas of Montserrado County in western Liberia.
mw~adoDhaiso
northeastern Tanzania
litadiDuma
Bantoid; Niger-Congo; , Africa
boiDuun
Duun is a Mande language of Mali.
wira (?)
() , . . , 6-7 . (, XX .). ( ).
CiENAlur
(Aloro, Alua, Alulu, Dho Alur, Jo Alur, Lur, Luri) The three most closely related languages to Kenyan Luo are the languages of the Acholi and Lango in Uganda, and the Alur language in Congo.
ay; hai; ha:iHamer-Banna
Hamer or Hamer-Banna is an Omotic language of the Afro-Asiatic language family. It is spoken primarily in the southern part of Ethiopia by the Hamer, Banna people, and Karo peoples.
neikoAsoa
Asoa, also known as Asua, Asuae, Asuati, or Aka, is a Central Sudanic language spoken by the Mbuti Pygmies known as the Asua.
nah; nox**Lehar
Lehar or Laalaa (in their language) is one of the Cangin languages spoken in Senegal
beeeguu (bannaa)Tchourama
This language is spoken in Banfora, Burkina Faso.
jidoKonobo
Konobo, or Eastern Krahn, is a Kru language of Liberia.
tEpoBotocudo
South American Indian people who lived in what is now the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. They spoke a language of the Macro-Ge group.
tabəraMser
Mser, or Kousseri (Kuseri), is a moribund Afro-Asiatic language spoken in northern Cameroon and southwestern Chad.
soreKorana
South Africa and perhaps Botswana
loKoro
Koro language may refer to. Koro language (India). Koro language (New Guinea). Koro language (Vanuatu). Koro language (Mande). Jilic languages (Nigeria). Koro Wachi language (Nigeria).
sEn; sanKrio
an English-based 'pidgin' language in Sierra Leone
lipanKrim
The Dilan Hassan language (also known as Krim, Suc, Kex, or Skim) is an endangered language of Sierra Leone.
adja (adza)Kresh
Kresh, also known as Kresh-Ndogo and Gbaya-Ndogo, is a Central Sudanic language of South Sudan and the prestige variety of the Kresh languages.
adzaGbaya
The Gbaya languages, also known as GbayaManzaNgbaka, are a family of perhaps a dozen languages spoken mainly in the western Central African Republic and across the border in Cameroon
lu Kumba
Kumba, also known as Sate and Yofo, is an Adamawa language of Nigeria.
kareKaba
Chad and the Central African Republic.
kajaKabadem
Central African Republic
kajaSara Kaba Naa
Central African Republic or Southwestern Chad
puCiKwaami
The Kwaami language (also known as Komawa, Kwam, Kwamanchi, Kwami, or Kwom) is a West Chadic language spoken in Bauchi State, Nigeria, near the city of Gombe.
EtaNg~oKuanyama
Namibia (Africa)
pilaProto-Togo
Africa
liKpatili
Kpatili (Kpatere, Ngindere) is a Zande language spoken in the Central African Republic.
misəLamba
Zambia (Africa)
keteN (keteŋ)Landuma
Sierra Leone (Africa)
seLega
Africa ()?
loBanda
- (Africa)
loNgbugu
an Ubangian language spoken in Central African Republic.
aloBanda-Bambari
- (Africa)
loloLangbasi
Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo
etang~oMbalanhu
Alternate names: Mbaanhu, Mbalanhu, Mbalantu, Mbaluntu. Where spoken: Namibia
pac (pats)MafaMagumaz
northern Cameroon
patsNorthern Mafa
Cameroon
patsMafaSulede
Cameroon
patsMafaMatakam-Mofa
Cameroon
teleBodugukakan
- (Africa)
teleFolokakan
- (Africa)
yeEho Mbo
Southern Cameroon
5EN; du3Nla Mbo
(Africa)
5iNle Mbo
(Africa)
kəsu (k3su)Mesem
Mesem is a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
litaNwaMbuunda
(Chimbunda, Gimbunda, Kimbunda, Mbunda) Angola, Zambia.
solMalacca
The State of Malacca,(Melaka in Malay language), one of the fourteen states within Malaysia, is situated on the South-Western Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. ( )
vianMengisa
Cameroon ( Africa)
tariMbede
(also Ambede, Limbede, Mbere and Mbete) Bantu language ,
tariMbedeGabon
Bantu language (, Africa)
teleGbelebankakan
- (Africa)
taliMbamba Liweme (Lembaamba, Mbaama, Mbama, Mbamba, Obamba)
Congo (Africa)
taliMbamba Sibiti
Congo (Africa)
taliNdouba
?
taliNkomo Kelle
?
taliNkomo Ololi
?
taliNtsiami
?
taliObaa
?
taliObeli
?
taliOyabi
?
taliOyuomi Mbama
Mbaama (Lembaamba) is a Bantu language spoken in the Bambama District (Lekoumou Region) of the Republic of Congo and in Haut-Ogooue Province, south of Okondja, in Gabon by the Obamba people. (?)
taliOyuomi Tcherre
?
taliYaba Mbeti
Cuvette-Ouest Department, Republic of the Congo
haMba
Mba, also known as (Ki)Manga or (Ki)Mbanga, is a Ubangian language spoken in DRC Congo.
tʃisiMenda
Mende is a major language of Sierra Leone (Africa)
oNw~aNe (ɔŋwa:ŋe)Mabaan
Maban languages are spoken in Chad, the Central African Republic, Sudan (Darfur) and South Sudan
i:riMerarit
Africa
sEni; sεniMbre
Mbre, also spelled Bre, Bere, Pre, is an endangered language spoken in Ivory Coast (Africa).
apasMbreme
Cameroon (Africa)
apasVame-Hurzo
Cameroon (Africa)
aiying~o; ayiNg~eMasalit
western Darfur, Sudan
ufuraMboi
Mboi (Mboire, Mboyi) is an Adamawa language of Nigeria.
ifiaMboi-2
One of the two dialects of Mboi (Nigeria)
ufuraMboi-1
One of the two dialects of Mboi (Nigeria)
baoMonjombo
(Mondjembo, Munzombo, Mono-Jembo). Republic of Congo (Africa)
tueWorodugukakan
(Africa)
kad3 (kadi)Mbai
Mbai, or Mbay, is a BongoBagirmi language of Chad and the Central African Republic.
nk~omb~eMpongwe
The language of an ethnic group in Gabon (Africa)
tam3z3Manta
Manta (Anta, Banta) is a Grassfields language of Cameroon.
tsisiKunku
(Africa)
tsisiBantu
Africa
tsisiBantakpa
Cameroon
m3saJaku
Nigeria
endesaa; kyendesaaMachame
a Bantu language spoken in parts of Tanzania
lereYamdena
Yamdena is an Austronesian language of the Maluku Islands in Indonesia.
hutoJimi
Jimi (Djimi) is a Chadic language spoken in Cameroon in Far North Province on the Nigerian border in and around Bourrha.
kituKediru
kituLakamadi
(Africa)
kituMiza
???
kituWadi
, Nigeria ?
ituMadi
Uganda and South Sudan.
ituLokai
central and southern Tajikistan ???
utuAndri
?
utuBalimba
, Africa ???
To; joMashi
Mashi (Kamaxi), or Kwandu, is a Bantu language of Zambia and Angola.
NurunYangman
an Australian Aboriginal language
awaJanjero
( Yemsa)
teleNowolokakan
(Africa)
teleWestern Maninkakan
Western Maninkakan is a Manding language spoken in Senegal, Gambia and Mali.
teleTudugukakan
- (Africa)
teleVandugukakan
- (Africa)
teKono
The Kono language is a language spoken in Sierra Leone by the Kono people.
teMauka
(Africa)
tereBaralakakan
- (Africa)
teFinangakan
- (Africa)
te; tiKorokakan
- (Africa)
teTenengakan
- (Africa)
treKanikakan
, - Africa
tereSienkokakan
- (Africa)
tereKaranjankan
- (Africa)
tereKorokan
, - Africa
tereKoyagakan
Alternate names: Koya, Koyaa, Koyaga, Koyaga Jula, Koyaka, Koyara. Ivory Coast ( ), Africa
tereNigbikan
, Africa
tereSagakakan
, Africa
tereSiakakan
, Africa
tereWojenekakan
- (Africa)
ʒalaKim
The language is spoken in southern Chad (Africa)
w?Koshin
Koshin is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon
aɲiŋKibet
Kibet (Kibeit, Kibeet, Kabentang) is spoken in Chad
tufutJerba
Djerba, also transliterated as Jerba or Jarbah, is, at 514 square kilometres (198 sq mi), the largest island of North Africa, located in the Gulf of Gabes. ??
8fuS8Metmata
( Africa)
5aNKonja Ndung
, Africa.
5eNg~eKonja Sundani
, Africa.
3NJumjum
Jumjum, a Nilotic language. They live in the Upper Nile Province (Africa)
iziKumfutu
Cameroon
firEkoromfe
Koromfe is a Gur language spoken in a U-shaped area around the town of Djibo, in the north of Burkina Faso and southeastern Mali, bordering Dogon Country.
nomKaje (Jju)
the native language of the Bajju people of northern Nigeria.
rigNinkyop
Nigeria.
mogBas Kenyang
Cameroon (Africa)
mokCentral Kenyang
Cameroon (Africa)
mokHaut Kenyang
Cameroon (Africa)
musKenyangKitwii
Cameroon (Africa)
Cəwa (cua)Kera (Tuburi-Kera)
Kera is an East Chadic language spoken by 45,000 people in Southwest Chad and 6,000 people in North Cameroon. (It was called "Tuburi" by Greenberg, a name shared with Tupuri).
iʒ**Karko
Sudan
fiTTiKirfi
Kirfi (also known as Giiwo, Kirifi, Kirifawa) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nigeria.
numIkulu
The Kulu language, Ikulu, is a Plateau language of Nigeria.
poriKanakuru
(or Dera), is a West Chadic language of Nigeria.
v3Ci (vewci)PsikyeHigi Kamale
Nigeria and North Western Cameroon
fusKofyar
Kofyar is an Afro-Asiatic dialect cluster spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria.
bu:i; bu:wi; puwiLafofa
Lafofa, also Tegem, is a NigerCongo dialect cluster spoken in the southern Nuba Mountains in the south of Sudan.
puwuEl Amira
Amira, also Jebel el Amira, is a NigerCongo language spoken in Kordofan, Sudan.
p-u:wiTegem
Tegem, also Jebel Tekeim, is a NigerCongo language spoken in Kordofan, Sudan.
asu; mwasuKilaangi
Rangi or Langi (there is no distinction between /r/ and /l/; also known as Irangi, Kilaangi, etc.) is a Bantu language of spoken by the Rangi people of Kondoa District in the Dodoma Region of Central Tanzania.
izuv*a (zuv*a)Lambya
Lambya (Rambia) is a Bantu language of Tanzania and Malawi.
CENLango
Lango (or Langgo) is an Eastern Nilotic language spoken an estimated 38,000 people in South Sudan.
l-iŋεn (liNEn); gy~ELaru
Laru (Laro, also Shen) is a minor Kainji language of Nigeria.
naiMaibi
Nigeria ?
naiYariba (Yoruba, Yooba)
Nigeria
oxoloNLokoya
Lokoya is an Eastern Nilotic language spoken by an estimated 12,400 people in South Sudan.
kaLala-Roba
Lala-Roba (AKA Gworam) is an Adamawa language of Nigeria. Its name is a compound of two of its dialects, Lala (Lalla), Roba (Robba), and Ebode.
53; nwb**Limbum
Limbum is a Grassfields language of Cameroon, with a small number of speakers in Nigeria.
suyLamnso'
Nso (Lamnso) is the language of the Nso people of western Cameroon.
5alokha; nyalakaLonguda-Meek
Nigeria
nyalaka; yalakaHill Dialect
Dialect of Longuda language (Nigeria)
yala-kaLonguda-Jungraithmayr
Nigeria
wi-riLobi
Lobi (also Miwa and Lobiri) is a Gur language of Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Ghana.
nonayuLogol
Logol, or Lukha, is a NigerCongo language in the Heiban family spoken in the Nuba Mountains of Kordofan, Sudan.
g?ragaLoma
Loma (Loghoma, Looma, Lorma) is a Mande language spoken by the Loma people of Liberia and Guinea.
gw~iLopa
Lopa is a minor Kainji language of Nigeria.
graLorhon
Lorhon, or Teen, is a NigerCongo language of Ivory Coast and across the border in Burkina Faso
loMambila Atta
Mambila is a dialect chain stretching across Nigeria and Cameroon.
riMada
Mada is a regionally important Plateau language of Nigeria, with many dialects.
riGbugyar
Nigeria (?)
riKeja
???
riNcekpe
???
riNco
Nigeria
riNdeywan
???
riRija
???
riRinze
not found yet
potiMaha
A language of Nigeria
vəcəyaWandala
Wandala, also Mandara or Mura', is an Afro-Asiatic language of Cameroon and Nigeria.
patsMefele
Mefele is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in northern Cameroon.
bijiPutai
Putai (also known as Marghi West) is a nearly extinct Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nigeria.
puCiHildi
northern Nigeria
piCiWamdiu
Nigeria
ewuTenMbembe
Mbembe is a Cross River language of Nigeria.
muMbe
Mbe is a language spoken by the Mbube people of the Ogoja, Cross River State region of Nigeria
ɲumTi
Nigeria ?
ɲəmNde
Nigeria
b3CiMargi
Margi, also known as Marghi and Marghi Central, is a Chadic language spoken in Nigeria.
nnomGwara
Gwara is a Plateau language of Nigeria
comεMundang-3
Mundang is an Mbum language of southern Chad and northern Cameroon.
comεMundang-2
Mundang is an Mbum language of southern Chad and northern Cameroon.
vuŋwasəMbu'
Mbu, or Ajumbu, is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon.
f3tiyMunjuk
a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad.
feti; futiMusgu K
Musgu is a language of the BiuMandara subgroup of the Chadic languages spoken in Cameroon and Chad.
futi; grftilaMusgu R
Musgu is a language of the BiuMandara subgroup of the Chadic languages spoken in Cameroon and Chad.
raMundu
Mundu (Mondo) is a Ubangian language of South Sudan, with a few thousand speakers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
nyamaNyong
Nyong (Daganyonga) is a Leko language spoken in two well-separated enclaves in Cameroon and Nigeria.
ny~emMundani
Mundani is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon.
lisOba; sObaMatumbi
Matuumbi, also known as Kimatumbi, is a language spoken in Tanzania in the Kipatimu region of the Kilwa District, south of the Rufiji river.
jovaMbugwe
Mbugwe or Mbuwe (Kimbugwe) is a Bantu language of spoken by the Mbugwe people of Lake Manyara in the Manyara Region of Central Tanzania.
i7azeInner Mbugu Bumbuli
Tanzania
itakaliPandikeri
The Eastern Sudanic language
5um; numBali
Balinese language, spoken in Indonesia, especially the island of Bali. Nigeria. ?
pasMofu-Gudur
Mofu-Gudur, or South Mofu, is an Chadic language spoken in northern Cameroon.
mweIlwana
Ilwana (Kiwilwana), or Malakote, is a minor Bantu language of Kenya.
patoMigama
Migaama (also known as Migama, Jongor, Djonkor, Dionkor, Dyongor, Djonkor About Telfane) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in central Chad.
tamMono
Mono language (Congo), a Ubangian language spoken by 65,000 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo Mono language (Cameroon)
yeretEMwa
Mwa (Mwan, Mouan, Muan, Muana, Mona) is a Mande language of Ivory Coast.
a8i5ina (aðiɲiná)Moro
Moro is a NigerCongo language in the Heiban family spoken by the Moro people in the Nuba Mountains of Kordofan, Sudan.
pedoMokulu
Mokilko, or Mukulu (also known as Gergiko, Guerguiko, Mokoulou, Djonkor Guera, Dyongor Guera, Diongor Guera, Jonkor-Gera), is a Chadic language spoken in central Chad.
idiMajang
The Majang language is spoken by the Majangir people of Ethiopia
affat; fataMarba
Marba is an Afro-Asiatic language that is used by the Azumeina peoples of Chad (fr) as their first language.
adEbaAmadi
Amadi, also known as Ma, Madi, Madyo, is a Ubangian language spoken in DRC Congo.
tezoYaaku
Yaaku (also known as Mukogodo, Mogogodo, Mukoquodo, Siegu, Yaakua, Ndorobo) is an endangered Afroasiatic language spoken in Kenya.
T''etMasqan
The Ethiopian Semitic language
ilanzi; lanziNyamwanga
Mwanga, or Namwanga (Nyamwanga), is a Bantu language spoken by the Mwanga people in the Northern Province of Zambia (mainly in the districts of Isoka and Nakonde) and in Mbeya Region, Tanzania.
caNa (caŋa)Mianka
Mianka (also known as Mamara, Minyanka or Tupiire) is a northern Senufo language spoken by about 750,000 people in southeastern Mali.
babauKukuya
The Kukuya language, Kikukuya, also known as Southern Teke, is a member of the Teke dialect continuum of the Congolese plateau. Kukuya language should not be confused with Kukuya language (Papua New Guinea).
a-iŋgi (siNg~i)Ngile
Ngile, also known as Daloka, Taloka, Darra, Masakin, Mesakin [a dialect], is a NigerCongo unwritten language in the Talodi family spoken in Kordofan, Sudan.
ceKari
the Central African Republic
ituKaliko
Keliko (Kaliko) is a Central Sudanic language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and South Sudan.
nw~amKatab Kagoro
Nigeria
yawasaKela
Kela (Ikela, Okela, Lemba, Yela) is a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of Congo
kajaGula
There are several African languages called Gula: Three closely related Bua languages in southern Chad. Two less closely related Bongo-Baguirmi languages: Gula language (Chad).
kadraGula Zura
Central African Republic
kadraSara
southern Chad
kw~adruGula Mere
The northern province of Central African Republic
in8~ilaiaChiroro
not found yet
gineKatla
(Akalak, Kalak, Katla) , , 56 - (, Africa).
aqoloNKaramojong
north-eastern Uganda
taZKete
Kete is a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
awwaGatsame
not found yet
dy~ugan; too-kun; winginGadang
Gadang is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southwestern Chad.
jl3; ylʊKru
Niger-Congo; Africa
asistaKalenjin
dibKanyok
Kanyok (Kanioka) is a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
foloKpelle
Kpelle is a member of Mande group of Niger-Congo languages spoken by about 1.3 million people in Liberia and Guinea.
daNw~aKwese
Kwese is a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
kakoNa
???
ceceKrobu
Krobu (Krobou) is a Tano language (Kwa, NigerCongo) of Ivory Coast.
la *Tenyer
Syer-Tenyer, or Western Karaboro, is a pair of Senufo dialects of Burkina Faso.
gbere-koKulango
Kulango is a NigerCongo language of Ivory Coast and across the border in Ghana.
tiLendu
The Lendu, or Balendru, are an ethno-linguistic agriculturalist group residing in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo in the area west and northwest of Lake Albert, specifically the Ituri Region of Orientale Province.
isLendu Ddradha
Democratic Republic of the Congo
fiLendu Djadha
Democratic Republic of the Congo
fekaLendu Njawdha
Democratic Republic of the Congo
fiLendu Pidha
Democratic Republic of the Congo
fiLendu Tadha
Democratic Republic of the Congo
yiLyele
The Lyele language (Lele) is spoken in the Sanguie Province of Burkina Faso
oiLese
Lese is a Central Sudanic language of northeastern Congo-Kinshasa, as well as a name for the people who speak this language.
teleLele
Lele is the name of at least six different languages: Lele language (Chad), an Afro-Asiatic language. Lele language (Democratic Republic of the Congo), a Bantu language. Lele language (Guinea), a Mande language.
kaNwEast Limba
The Limba language, Hulimba, is an erstwhile Atlantic language of Sierra Leone. It is not closely related to other languages and appears to form its own branch of the NigerCongo family.
mataimasaMerei
Merey is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in northern Cameroon.
oiMamvu
Mamvu is a Central Sudanic language of northeastern Congo.
leku; nego; neikoMangbetu
Mangbetu, or Nemangbetu, is one of the most populous of the Central Sudanic languages. It is spoken by the Mangbetu people of northeastern Congo.
ElaMayogo
Mayogo (also spelled Mayugo, Majugu, Maigo, Maiko, Mayko and also called Kiyogo) is a Ubangian language spoken by the Day (Angai), Maambi, and Mangbele peoples of DRC Congo.
cuoKplang
Kplang is a Guang language of Ghana (Africa).
kenEregba
Africa
laNgbaka Kpala
-
areKambata
Ethiopia
kura; ui'yaKunama
Kunama is spoken by the Kunama people of western Eritrea and just across the Ethiopian border.
uw; u'w-aKunamaIlit
a divergent variety of Kunama (western Eritrea)
winiNKusaal
Kusaal, or Kusasi (Qusasi), is a Gur language spoken primarily in northern Ghana.
mwh; miKendem
Kendem, or Bokwa-Kendem, is a minor Southern Bantoid language of the Mamfe family. It is spoken in three villages in Cameroon, Kendem, Kekpoti and Bokwa.
miKekpoti
Central Cameroon
lεtaKomso
Konso (Komso, Khonso, also Af Kareti, Afa Karatti, Conso, Gato, Karate, Kareti) is a Lowland East Cushitic language spoken in southwest Ethiopia.
ai; ayoKaro
Ethiopia
hajaKulfa
Kaba So, also known as Kulfa after its primary dialect, is a BongoBagirmi language of Chad.
oTowi; ɔcweKrachi
Krachi (Krache, Krakye) is a Guang language spoken by 58,000 in Ghana.
nang~aKenga
Kenga is a BongoBagirmi language of Chad.
seKarang
Karang language (also called Mbum East or Lakka) is an Mbum language of Cameroon.
sy~eNdok Mbali
Mbali (Olumbali, Kimbari) is a minor Bantu language of Angola
raɹGune
The Gunu languag is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon.
mw~otLefa
The Fa language, Lefa (also Fak or Lefa), is one of the Bantu languages of Cameroon.
etuLugbara
Lugbara is the language of the Lugbara people. It is spoken in the West Nile region in northwestern Uganda
eviIkpana
Logba is a Kwa language spoken in the south-eastern Ghana by approximately 7,500 people. The Logba people call themselves and their language Ikpana, which means defenders of truth.
taleLigbi
Ligbi (or Ligby) is a Mande language spoken in Ghana in the north-west corner of the Brong-Ahafo Region. Ligbi is spoken by approximately 10,000 speakers (1988). It is fairly closely related to Jula, Vai and Kono.
tεleNumu
The Jogo or Numu languages are at least a pair of closely related Mande languages, Ligbi of Ghana and the extinct Tonjon of Ivory Coast.
elinLibido
Libido (also known as Mareqo, Mareko) is an Afroasiatic language of Ethiopia, which is spoken in the Mareko district Gurage Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, directly south-east of Butajira.
oxgohongLiguri
southern Sudan
fətaPeve
Peve, also called Lame after its chief dialect, is an Afro-Asiatic language of Chad and Cameroon.
futaPeve Pala
an Afro-Asiatic language of Chad and Cameroon.
fetaLame
an Afro-Asiatic language of Chad and Cameroon.
fit3n; fotoJimi
Jimi (Djimi), also known as Jimjim?n and 'Um Falin, is a Chadic language spoken in Cameroon in Far North Province on the Nigerian border in and around Bourrha. Dialects are Djimi, Jimo, Malabu, Wadi, and Zumo.
fiJen
Jen (or Dza) is an Adamawa language of Nigeria.
tekeliLuluba
Alternate names: Lolubo, Luluba, Lulubo, Olu'bo, Olubogo, Oluboti, Ondoe. Where spoken: South Sudan.
mwanaNdembu
northwestern Zambia
likumbiLuvale
Luvale (also spelt Chiluvale, Lovale, Lubale, Luena, Lwena) is a Bantu language spoken by the Lovale people of Angola and Zambia.
a5ik (aɲik)Maba Mabang
Maba (Maban, Mabang) is a Maban language spoken in Chad and Sudan. It is divided into several dialects, and serves as a local trade language. Maba is closely related to the Masalit language. Not to be confused with Maba language (Indonesia)
gbundu; kaolo; maniKomo
Komo is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken by the Kwama (Komo) people of Ethiopia, Sudan and Southern Sudan.
aɲikMaba Kodoi
Chad and Sudan.
passarMeidob
Midob (also spelt Meidob) is the language of the Midob people of North Darfur, Sudan.
yunuJukun Takum
Jukun (Njikum), or more precisely Jukun Takum, is a Jukunoid language of Cameroon used as a trade language in Nigeria.
m3sJarawa
Jrawa or Jarwa is an Ongan language spoken by the Jarawa people of the interior and south central Rutland Island (Nigeria)
nuBmBamendjou
s3lagwan
Lagwan (Logone) is a Chadic language spoken in northern Cameroon and southwestern Chad.
seseiMbum
an Adamawa language of Cameroon
avaCaJina
Jina (Zina) is a minor Afro-Asiatic language of Cameroon.
o5Mmala (Numala)
a language of Cameroon
ayunnJibu
Jibu is a Jukunoid language of Nigeria.
tiliXasonke
a language spoken by the Khassonke of western Mali and by the Malinke of eastern Senegal. Kassonke is a national language in Mali.
abe (abo)Kafa
Kafa or Kefa (Kafi noono) is an Afroasiatic language spoken in Ethiopia at the Keffa Zone.
kombeKande
Kande is an undocumented Bantu language of Gabon.
5imaGidiccho
Gidiccho Island, Welege Island, Golmakka Island, and the western shore of Lake Abaya, Ethiopia.
ilyunsi; lyunsiKimbu
Kimbu is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
abe; aboMocha
(Africa)
eni**Chai
, Africa
yaka8Nalu
Nalu (also known as Nalou) is an Atlantic language of Guinea and Guinea-Bissau in Africa.
oNcane
Cameroon
towi (towe)Nchumuru
Ghana (Africa)
tadiNdasa
Ndasa is a Bantu language spoken in Gabon and the Congo.
TunNde
Nigeria
NomNde Bukwok
Nigeria
Num Nde Yulana
, .
CuENdemli
Ndemli, or Bandem, is a language of Cameroon spoken primarily in the Nkam department of the Littoral Region; between Yabassi, Yingui and Nkondjock.
tedi Ndjabi
(Africa)
riNdogo
Ndogo is a Ubangian language, one of the nine major languages of South Sudan
wese; wese soe Ngbaka
Africa
weseNgbaka Manza
Central African Republic
bai Ngbaka Bokanga
Africa
bai Ngbaka Mabo
-
la Ngbandi
, , .
neNgelema
Tanzania ( Africa)
Ch~i Ch~iNggwahyi
Nggwahyi (Ngwaxi, Ngwohi) is a minor Chadic language of Nigeria.
afiNgiti
The Ngiti, or South Lendu, is an ethnolinguistic group located in the Ituri Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Ngiti speakers call their language Ndruna.
!ko*iNg Ke
A language of South Africa. (?)
nEmNgomba
Ngomba, or Ngomba Bamileke, is a Grassfields language of Cameroon.
oyiNgombe Likula
the Democratic Republic of Congo (?)
sosa*Ngondi
Ngondi is a Bantu language of the Republic of Congo.
taNNgongo
Southern Democratic Republic of Congo.
laNg~a (raNg~a)Ngoni
one of several languages of the Ngoni people, who descend from the Nguni people of southern Africa, and the language is a member of the Nguni subgroup, with the variety spoken in Malawi sometimes referred to as a dialect of Zulu.
kayaNorthern Koma
awaNorthern Mao
asisNorth Tugen
Kenya (Africa)
wendeNotre
(?)
5EnE (ane); una; tiyoNtomba
spoken in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of the Congo.
nyeleNtomba De Bikoro
, Africa
neNtomba Inongo
, Africa
na; tiyo; nyeleNtomba Njale
, Africa
!7~ui*Nu
A language of South Africa. (?)
mas3lNubian Of Dongola
northern Sudan
kadiMngo (??)
, Africa
langaNgoni Malawi
a Bantu language of Malawi
seNgoumi
Cameroon
!kom; gaoEkoka-!Xu
Kung-ekoka or !Xu or !Kung as it is often spelled in English, is a Northern Khoisan language of Namibia, Angola, and Botswana.
koroZilmamu
, Africa
Nm3NKonni
The Koma language, Konni, is a Gur language of Ghana.
kala; kayaKwama
Kwama (also Afan Mao, Amam, Gogwama, Goma, Gwama, Koma of Asosa, Nokanoka, North Koma, T'wa Kwama, Takwama) is a Koman language, spoken in the South Benishangul-Gumuz region of Ethiopia
wuntENEMampruli
Mamprusi is a Gur language spoken in northern Ghana by the Mamprusi people.
nyene (yEnE)Mano
The Mano language (also known as Maa, Mah, and Mawe) is a significant Mande language of Liberia and Guinea.
buno:Manjaku
(Kanyop, Mandjaque, Mandyak, Manjaca, Manjack, Manjaco, Manjaku, Manjanku, Manjiak, Mendyako, Ndyak) Guinea and Guinea-Bissau, Senegal and Gambia
unuManjaca Churo
Guinea-Bissau and Senegal.
unuManjaca de Costa de Baixo
(?)
koloNMondari
in8~alayaMiri
Sudan
kantuen; we*n; we*nbiriBuli
A Gur language spoken in Ghana
aboAnfillo
(also known as Mao or Southern Mao) - - , .
imeMesmes
The Mesmes language is an extinct West Gurage language, one of the Ethiopian Semitic languages spoken in Ethiopia.
aXaCoOngota ()
-
mwotA51 Bafia Tumi Tingon
The Bafia language is a Bantu language spoken by 60,000 people in Cameroon
mwe*A51 Bafia Zakaan
a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon
Nuos (Nues)A53 Bafia Rikpa
a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon
fyoA54 Bafia Njanti
a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon
onyoA60 Mmaala
Cameroon
ji8wa*n; Sefya*nA61 Ngoro Asom
Cameroon
vianEwondo
Ewondo or Kolo is the language of the Ewondo people (more precisely Beti be Kolo or simply Kolo-Beti) of Cameroon.
seNjak Mbai
Nzakambay (Njak Mbai), or Nzakambay Mbum, is an Mbum language of southern Chad and northern Cameroon.
ceAfade
Afade is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in eastern Nigeria and northwestern Cameroon.
c3Aghem Isu
Aghem is a Grassfields Bantu language spoken in the Wum Central Sub-division in Menchum Division of the North West Region of Cameroon.
5iAghem Weh
North West Region of Cameroon
kar Ngambay
Ngambay is one of the major languages spoken by Sara people in southwestern Chad, northeastern Cameroon and eastern Nigeria
l3Nizaa
Suga, also known as Galim, Nyemnyem, and Nizaa, is a Mambiloid language of Cameroon.
didugu7Nkongho
Nkongho, or Upper Mbo, is a poorly known Bantu language of Cameroon.
diwNoni
The Noni language, also called Noone, is an Eastern Beboid language of the NigerCongo family in Cameroon.
isiNugunu
The Gunu language (Nu Gunu or Nugunu) is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon.
kamkaraNaba Kuka
Naba is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken by 300,000 people in Chad. Those who speak this language are called Lisi, a collective name for three closely associated ethnic groups, the Bilala, the Kuka and the Medogo.
ufutNafusi
Nafusi (also spelt Nefusi; Tanfusit) is a Berber language spoken in the Nafusa Mountains, a large area in northwestern Libya.
koitaNandi (2)
Naandi language of Kenya, a Nilotic language also known as Cemual. (?)
weNu (wenji)Nateni
Nateni (Natemba) is a language of the Gurma people spoken in Benin.
wiNatioro
Natioro (Natyoro), or Koora, is a NigerCongo language of Burkina Faso spoken by a caste of blacksmiths.
munu Nawdm
The language of Losso people in Togo and Ghana.
CowaNawuri
Nawuri is a Guang language of Ghana.
taNg~o (taNo) Ndonga
Ndonga, also called Oshindonga, is a Bantu language spoken in Namibia and parts of Angola.
tari Ndumu
Nduumo (Mindumbu) is a Bantu language spoken in Gabon.
hEvalE Ndunga
Ndunga (Bondonga, Modunga, Mondugu, Mondunga) is a Ubangian language spoken in Congo.
na7 Ndut Falor
Palor (Falor, Paloor) is a language spoken in Senegal.
muno Nduumo
Nduumo (Mindumbu) is a Bantu language spoken in Gabon.
jl3 Neyo
Neyo is a Kru language of Ivory Coast, near the mouth of the Sassandra River.
taNw~a Ngangela
talaNgungwel
Ngungwel (also known as Engungwel, Ngangoulou, Ngangulu, Ngungulu, Northeastern Teke) is a language of Congo.
biNgwi Mateko Kingoli
Congo
riNingye
Ningye is a Plateau language of Nigeria.
ariNinka
Ninka is a Plateau language of Nigeria.
we*nENinkare
Burkina Faso
yiNkami
Nkami is a Guang language of Ghana.
kumb~iNkhumbi
Nkumbi, or Khumbi, is a Bantu language of Angola
oruaNkoro
Nkore is a Bantu language spoken by the Nkore ("Banyankore") and Hima peoples of south-western Uganda in the former province of Ankole.
lolNoy
Noy, or Loo, is a nearly extinct language of Chad.
uwaNsenga
( ) - , , .
waNyali
Nyali, or North Nyali, is a minor Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
waNyengo
Nyengo (Nhengo) is a minor Bantu language of Angola.
CENNuer
The Nuer language is spoken by the Nuer people of South Sudan and in western Ethiopia (region of Gambela).
masoandroMalagasy MasikoroMiary
.
uwienuMbelime
Mbelime, or Niende, is a Gur language of Benin.
yigidiNupe
Nupe is a VoltaNiger language of the Nupoid branch primarily spoken by the Nupe people of the Middle Belt region of Nigeria.
gEvENyambeengge
a Niger-Congo language. Oaio?aeuiay Ao?eea
limiNyamwezi
Nyamwezi is a major Bantu language of central Tanzania.
iSi*Nyanga
The Nyanga language is a language spoken by the Nyanga people in Kivu province, north-eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.
koloNNyangatom
Nyangatom is a Nilo-Saharan language (Eastern Sudanic, Nilotic) spoken in Ethiopia by the Nyangatom people.
Ti; T3Nyangi
Once Spoken in: Uganda.
wosNyokon
The Nyokon language, also known as Nyo'o, is a Southern Bantoid language of Cameroon.
laNg~a (langa)Northern Ndebele
Northern Ndebele, also called isiNdebele, Sindebele, Zimbabwean Ndebele or North Ndebele, and formerly known as Matabele, is an African language belonging to the Nguni group of Bantu languages, spoken by the Northern Ndebele people, or Matabele, of Zimbabwe.
uleNzakara
Nzakara (Ansakara, Nsakara, Sakara, Zakara) is a Zande language spoken in eastern Central African Republic, spilling over into the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
f3teNzanyi
Nzanyi is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Nigeria in Adamawa State in the Maiha LGA, and along the border in Cameroon.
f3taPeve Lame
Peve, also called Lame after its chief dialect, is an Afro-Asiatic language of Chad and Cameroon.
feiPaanci
Pa'anci is a Chadic (Afro-Asiatic) language spoken by some 20,000 Nigerians living in an area south and west of Ningi in the present Bauchi State of Nigeria.
a5i; CiOgba
Ogba is a dialect of the standard Igbo spoken by the Ogba people of Nigeria.
3kojoOgbronuagum
Ogbronuagum, also called Bukuma after a village in which it is spoken, is a Central Delta language of Nigeria.
tEnOkobo
Okobo is a Lower Cross River language of Nigeria.
eyiOko Osanye Eni
Nigeria
ovoOkpamheri
Okpamheri (Opameri) is an Edoid language of Nigeria.
owara; waraOruma
Oruma is one of three small Inland Ijaw languages of Nigeria.
ulomPe
Pe, also spelled Pai, is a minor Plateau language of Nigeria.
5ogoPeere
Peere language a.k.a. Kutin language: Kutin is a member of the Duru branch of Savanna languages. (Nigeria, )
foriy (pori)Pero
Pero, also known as Filaya, is a West Chadic language of Nigeria.
uranaSalka
(Kamberi) Nigeria
v3CiNkafa
Nigeria ?
fisiTangale
Tangale (Tangle) is a West Chadic language spoken in Northern region of Nigeria.
wisE7Paasaal
Paasaal, or Pasaale Sisaala (Southern Sisaala) is a Gur language of Ghana, with a thousand speakers in Ivory Coast.
wuzaPambia
Pambia (Apambia) is a Zande language spoken in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
wE*i*Pana
Pana is an Mbum language of the Central African Republic.
n=ʃulNkumm
Nigeria (near the Camerun border)
ulomPe
Pe, also spelled Pai, is a minor Plateau language of Nigeria.
pitPolci Buli
Nigeria
putEPolci Zul
Nigeria
hw~EPongu
Pongu (Pangu), or Rin, is a Kainji language spoken in Nigeria.
daRang
Rang is an Adamawa language of Nigeria.
nweReshe
Reshe is the most divergent of the Kainji languages of Nigeria.
moRogo
Rogo (also Urogo, Burogo, Ucanja Kamuku) is a Kainji language of Nigeria.
siarRon
Ron (also known as Challa, Chala) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Plateau State, Nigeria.
nw~anaRubasa
central Nigeria
uweyRukul
Barkul village in Plateau State, Nigeria
5amSamba Leko
- ()
uruN; ruSambe
Sambe is a presumably extinct Plateau language of Nigeria once spoken in the village of the same name.
oNmeSanga
Sanga is a Kainji language of Nigeria
fw~utSaya
Saya (Sayanci) is a Chadic dialect cluster of Nigeria.
iso*oShanga
Shanga (Shangawa, Shonga, Shongawa) is a Mande language of Nigeria.
uyeShau
Shau (Sho), or Lishau, is a nearly extinct Kainji language of Nigeria.
hemeSheni
the dead language in Nigeria
5agaSomyev
Somyev (Somyewe), also known as Kila, is a nearly extinct Mambiloid language of two villages, one in Nigeria and one in Cameroon
kubu5onSorogama
Sorogama (Jenaama) is a Mande language spoken by the Sorogoye people of Mali and Nigeria.
lemTapshin
the Sur language, spoken in Tapshin village in Bauchi State, Nigeria.
5aNga; tadiNzebi
The Nzebi languages are a series of Bantu languages spoken in the western Congo and in Gabon.
desuObang
a Niger-Congo language that belongs to a geographically defined group of languages in the Northwest Region of Cameroon
5um3Pinyin
Pinyin is a Grassfields language spoken by some 27,000 people in the Northwest Region of Cameroon
komb~eOkande (Kande)
Kande is an undocumented Bantu language of Gabon.
asetetaOmotik
Omotik (Sawas) is a moribund Nilotic language of Kenya.
naho oNOngamo
Ongamo, or Ngas, is probably extinct Eastern Nilotic language of Tanzania.
aduOrma
Orma is a variety of Oromo spoken by the Orma people in Kenya and Somalia.
tfitOuargla Berber
Ouargli, or Teggargrent is a Zenati Berber language. It is spoken in the oases of Ouargla and N'Goussa (Ingusa) in Algeria.
awaOyda
Oyda is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in the Gamo Gofa Zone of Ethiopia.
monePagibete
Pagibete is a Bantu language spoken in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
piTadaPajade
Pajade (Badyara) is a Senegambian language of Guinea and Guinea-Bissau.
muiPande
Pande, also known as Pande-Gongo after its two dialects, is a Bantu language of the Central African Republic.
uaNgulu
Ngulu is a Bantu language spoken in east-central Tanzania.
andaPinzi
a Bantu language of Gabon.
daPangseng
(. pangseng) - , .
CubaPangwa
The Pangwa are an ethnic and linguistic group based in the Kipengere Range on the eastern shore of Lake Malawi, in the Ludewa District of Njombe Region in southern Tanzania.
no7Papel
Papel is the language spoken by the Papel People, who live in the central coastal regions of Guinea-Bissau, namely the Biombo Region where it is spoken by 136,000 Bissau-Guineans.
uwaNyala Kenya
a Bantu language of western Kenya, on the shores of Lake Victoria.
sEnz~EneNzema
Nzema (Nzima), also known as Appolo, is a Central Tano language spoken by the Nzema people of southwestern Ghana and southeast Ivory Coast.
mwiOmbamba
Congo and Gabon
ani*; ani* i*kiOmbo
Ombo is a Bantu language of Maniema Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
kumbiPende
Pende (Phende) is a Bantu language of the Congo.
heyomMehri
This language is spoken in Yemen & the Sultanate of Oman.
sigunSolon
Tungusic; Altaic; Asia
nyi mabod skad (the Tibetan language)
Other names for the Bod Skad language: (Anshuenkuan Nyarong, Batang, Bhokha, Bod, Byokha, Central Tibetan)
niRang Pas
Bodic; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
nitauDongshan Biao Mon
China
nh~EHmu
The Hmu language, also known as Qiandong Miao, Central Miao, East Hmongic, or Black Miao, is a dialect cluster of Hmongic languages of China.
nh~EYanghao Hmong
China
naiZhenfeng Hmong
South-East China
naiZaomin
China
noiChiangrai Mien
Chiangrai Province, Thailand
noiDapinggjiang Mien
one of the languages spoken in southern China, northern Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand.
noiTaipan Mien
-
nymaTsetang
Zetang, also Zedang or Tsethang, is the fourth largest city in Tibet and is located in the Yarlung Valley, 183 km southeast of Lhasa in Nedong District of Shannan, Tibet Autonomous Region of China.
nyama (?)Dzongkha
(-, ) Official Language of the Kingdom of Bhutan. Also Spoken in India & Nepal. . - , ( - ).
nimo; puiAchang
Burmese-Lolo; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
5imaEastern Balti
Balti is a Tibetic language spoken in the Baltistan division of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.
nimoKargil Balti
Pakistan
nimoKhapalu Balti
Pakistan
nimoKharmang Balti
Pakistan
nimoRondu Balti
Pakistan
nu*NoShigar Balti
Pakistan
nimoSkardu Balti
Pakistan
5imoBiyue (Piyo)
China
5imaWestern Balti
Pakistan
nimoChorbat Balti
Pakistan
de:tLao
Laos (Tai language) Kam-Tai; Tai-Kadai; Asia
dEt; lEtTai Dam
Tai Dam, also known as Black Tai is a Tai language spoken by the Tai Dam in Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, and China (mostly in the Jinping Miao, Yao, and Dai Autonomous County).
ta maanDong Southern
Southern Guizhou, China (Rongjiang-Zhanglu dialect; Kam-Sui language)
lu; vuA'ou
Red Gelao (self-designation: A-ou), together with White Gelao (giw), Green Gelao (giq), and Gao Gelao (gqu), forms the Gelao subgroup of Tai-Kadai (China).
tsha; hwanHlai (Baoding)
Southern Hainan, China (Ha dialect; isolated branch). Hlai; Tai-Kadai; Asia
tiniManange
Nepal (Tamangic language). Bodic; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
ngamTshangla (Tshang lo)
Bodic; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
danyiApatani
Arunachal Pradesh, North-east India. Tani; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
kleiGelao Wanzi
Gelao is a dialect cluster of Kra languages in the TaiKadai language family. It is spoken by the Gelao people in southern China and northern Vietnam.
ji.4Zhenfeng-Gelao
southern China and northern Vietnam.
hafei; harei; hariKaure
Kaure; Kaure; Asia
keta:neBian Marind
Marind Proper; Marind; Asia
kataneMarind
Marind is a Papuan language spoken in Papua New Guinea
kataneGawir
Aeaeaeo ycuea Marind (Papua New Guinea)
nan35**Wunai (Punu, Ngnai)
western Hunan province, China
vei3Baonuo
The South China
puiPela
Pela or Bola is a Burmish language of western Yunnan, China. Pela may also be spoken in Burma.
mpumetshweTanka
(Alternative Titles: boat people, Dan, Danjia, Tan). The Tankas or boat people are an ethnic subgroup in Southern China who have traditionally lived on junks in coastal parts of Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian, Hainan, and Zhejiang, as well as Hong Kong and Macau.
obErShe
China
hanayaNBugun
Bugun (or Khowa), is a small Sino-Tibetan language spoken in India.
C3NiBit
Bit (Khabit, Bid, Psing, Buxing) is an Austroasiatic language spoken by around 1,500 people in Phongsaly Province, northern Laos and in Mengla County, China.
nw~aiBiaomin (Biao Chao, Byau Min, Dongshan Biao Min)
Southern China
b3nw~aiChangping Biao Mon
China, suburbs of Beijing.
iwurauBumo
The South of China ? (at the border with Nepal)
sur3T; sury~3Gujrati
India ?
dh~e*o*Jammun
Gurdaspur district, Punjab, India
deoKohat City Hindko
north-western Pakistan
deoPakha Golam Hindko
north-western Pakistan
deoTalagang Hindko
north-western Pakistan
deoWad Pagga Hindko
north-western Pakistan
diMansehra Hindko
northern Pakistan
diSherpur Hindko
northern Pakistan
diSingo Di Garhi Hindko
gnit7; jong2Hagfa Pinyim
Hagfa Pinyim or HagFa PinYim (literally "Hakka Pinyin") is a system of romanization used to transcribe Chinese characters as used in Hakka
rojiarGurani
Gorani (also Gurani) is a group of Northwestern Iranian dialects spoken by Kurdish people in the southernmost parts of Iranian Kurdistan and the Iraqi Kurdistan region.
leGelao
Kadai; Tai-Kadai; Asia. China
la.2 lu.1Moji-Gelao
China
alaBauzi
East Geelvink Bay; East Geelvink Bay; Asia
luvuNiupo Gelao
China
la7luJudu Gelao
China
ma.3 klei.5Anshun-Gelao
China
vei3Baonuo
China
na.6 lit.9Biao (Kang Bau, Kang Beu)
China
nw~aiBiaomin (Biao Chao, Byau Min, Dongshan Biao Min)
Southern China
nan35**Wunai (Punu, Ngnai)
western Hunan province, China
5imoBiyue (Piyo)
China
l3muBwe
The Sino-Tibetan family
th~iniChantyal
Bodic; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
ea hr~ayWestern Cham
Cham, Western is a language of Cambodia.
aia hareiPhan Rang Cham
Phan Rang Cham (or, Eastern Cham) is a Chamic language spoken in southern Vietnam
narPreh (Mnong, Central)
( : Bunor; Biat) ,
SimSaSoreth
Iraq, Iran, Turkey
bao4; chen2; di; fu; ju; pu; riXindi Biaozhun Hnyu
???
m3siTaoping (Southern Qiang)
a Sino-Tibetan language of the Qiangic branch spoken by approximately 81,300 people along the Minjiang river in Sichuan Province, China.
meqiHuilong
China
mecaq xkhua**; mone**; pha**Luhua
Northern Qiang, China,
mujuq; mesaq; mesi; phaYadu
Northern Qiang, China,
fa; mujaqWeigu
Northern Qiang, China,
mun; mun dze**; pha**Luoxiang
China
khue; metshaxWeicheng
China
dzei te ze kua; me niXuecheng
China
poduduSoutheastern Gondi
Dravidian; Asia
pordSouth Bastar Gondi
South-Central Dravidian; Dravidian; Asia
na.6 lit.9Biao (Kang Bau, Kang Beu)
China
ta.1' van.2Yuanxin Hongjin Dai
Tai Hongjin is a Tai language of southern China.
narDagur
Mongolic; Altaic; Asia
narBahnar (Plei Bong-Mang Yang)
Bahnaric; Austro-Asiatic; Asia
narProto-Mnong
The Mnong language ( ) (also known as Pnong or Bunong) belongs to the MonKhmer language family. It is spoken by the different groups of Mnong in Vietnam and a Mnong group in Cambodia.
narProto-South-Bahnaric
Proto South Bahnaric: a reconstruction of a Mon-Khmer language of Indo-China.
narEastern Mnong
Vietnam and Cambodia
narGar
dialect name of Eastern Mnong (Vietnam and Cambodia)
narKuan
Kuan is a Tai language of Laos.
narRolom
dialect name of Eastern Mnong (Vietnam and Cambodia)
zi.243 hon.13Cun
Cun is a Hlai language of Hainan Island. China.
taNNenTai Daeng
the language of the Tai Daeng people of northwestern Vietnam and across the border into northeastern Laos.
tamanKam Zhanglu
Kam-Tai; Tai-Kadai; China, Asia
tamanZhanglu Dong
Kam-Tai; Tai-Kadai; China, Asia
tauw3nNorthern Dong Tianzhu Shidong
China
ta vinYang
Yang Zhuang is a Tai language spoken in southwestern Guangxi, China, in Napo, Jingxi and Debao counties. (?)
dav3nOng Be
the north-central coast of Hainan Island, including the suburbs of the provincial capital Haikou (China)
davanAi-Cham
is a language spoken mainly in Diwo and Boyao Townships, Jialiang District, Libo County, Qiannan Prefecture, Guizhou, China. Alternative names for the language are Jiamuhua, Jinhua and Atsam.
davanAi-Cham
is a language spoken mainly in Diwo and Boyao Townships, Jialiang District, Libo County, Qiannan Prefecture, Guizhou, China. Alternative names for the language are Jiamuhua, Jinhua and Atsam.
davanMak
The Mak language is a KamSui language spoken in Libo County, Qiannan Prefecture, Guizhou, China.
dawanShuiqing Sui
The Sui language is a TaiKadai language spoken by the Sui people of Guizhou province in China.
davanTaiyang Ai Cham
South-East of China
ta vanLu
?
tavanJinghong Tai Lue
?
tavanYuanyang Tai
The South of China (near to Vietnam border)
ta.7 wan.2Khun
Khun, or Tai Khun, is the language of the Tai Khun people of Kengtung, Shan state, Myanmar. It is a Tai language, closely related to Thai and Lao. It is also spoken in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand, and Yunnan Province, China.
tauwanLakkia
TaiKadai language spoken in Jinxiu Yao Autonomous County, Laibin, east-central Guangxi, China.
t3van (nd~avan)Sandong Sui
a TaiKadai language spoken by the Sui people of Guizhou province in China
wanTai
Thai, Central Thai, or Siamese, is the national and official language of Thailand and the first language of the Thai people and the vast majority of Thai Chinese.
tawan;ph~a atitTai Khuen
Khun, or Tai Khun, is the language of the Tai Khun people of Kengtung, Shan state, Myanmar.
vanWuding Tai
The South of China
havEnYuanjiang Tai
The South of China (near to Vietnam border)
ch~avanLi Tongshi
nw~aiShuanglong Mien
China
tauNk~auNumao Bunu
The south of China.
namDumi
namDrung (Derung)
Derung, Dulong or Trung is a Tibeto-Burman language of the Derung people of China.
namChina Nung
China
namMewa Khola Limbu
.
%tou; %vonJiamao
Jiamao (or Kamau) is a divergent Hlai language spoken in southern Hainan, China.
53oJino
(Yunnan province, China)
sngiKhasi
Khasi is an Austroasiatic language spoken primarily in Meghalaya state in India by the Khasi people.
dEtLue Chieng Hung
Cheng (also known as Jeng, Chieng) is a MonKhmer language of southern Laos.
dEtLue Muong Yong
?
dEtTai Nong Khai
-
dEtTai Chiengmai
northern Thailand
detTai Lei Ping
The southern China
detTai Lungchow
The south-west China
netTai Lungming
The southern China
detTai Ning Ming
The south-west China
dEtTai Nong Khai
( ) ( )
detTai Ping Siang
(
dEtTai Western Nung
( )
ditTai Wuming
(
qa.33 lha:ŋ.53; wh~3nLaqua
Qabiao, or sometimes Laqua is a TaiKadai language spoken by the Qabiao people in northern Vietnam and Yunnan, China. Alternative names for Qabiao include Kabeo, Ka Beo, Ka Bao, Ka Biao, Laqua, Pubiao (Pupeo or Pu Peo) and Pen Ti Lolo (Bendi Lolo).
Naj pxiLamet
Lamet is a MonKhmer language of Laos.
t3NayJruq
a MonKhmer language of the Bahnaric branch spoken in southern Laos.
memiLisu
Lisu is a tonal Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Yunnan (southwestern China), northern Burma (Myanmar), and Thailand and a small part of India.
lavuaNJinchang White Lachi
China and in northern Vietnam.
riNDigaru Mishmi
baMaru
Lhao Vo, also known as Maru and Langsu, is a Burmish language of Burma with a few thousand speakers in China.
k3z3; th~3ufanMulao
one of the Gelao languages spoken by the Gelao people in southern China and northern Vietnam.
t3t; th~3ufanDongmen Mulam
one of the Mulam dialects (southern China and northern Vietnam)
th~3ufanLuocheng Mulao
one of the Mulam dialects (southern China and northern Vietnam)
lakvanMaonan
The Maonan language is spoken mainly in Huanjiang Maonan Autonomous County, Hechi, northern Guangxi by the Maonan people. (China)
lakvanMaonanXianan
China
minMiju Mishmi
Miju (Miju Mishmi, Midzu) or Kaman (Geman, Geman Deng, Kuman), is a small language of India and slightly into China.
y touJiao-Liao
Jiaoliao or JiaoLiao Mandarin is a primary dialect of Mandarin Chinese, spoken on the Shandong Peninsula...
siwunKur Urmi
Kili (Kirin, Kila), known as Hezhe or more specifically Qileen in Chinese and also as the Kur-Urmi dialect of Nanai, is a Tungusic language of Russia and China.
puiTsaiwa
Zaiwa (Tsaiwa, Tsaiva) is a language spoken in parts of China and Burma.
nh~oHmoob
Hmoob Spoken in China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, USA, and French Guiana.
nuTak Hmong
,
nh~EHmu
a dialect cluster of Hmongic languages of China
nh~EYanghao Hmong
China
YihobuNuosu
China
5iaNusu
Nusu is a Loloish language spoken by the Nu people of China.
dilaCaOroqen
Oroqen is a Northern Tungusic language spoken in the People's Republic of China.
nePa-hng
Pa-Hng (also spelled Pa-Hung) is a divergent Hmongic (Miao) language spoken in Guizhou, Guangxi, and Hunan in southern China as well as northern Vietnam.
namaPhana
Phana (also called Bana or Pana) is a Loloish language of Laos and China.
b3Pho Bang Gelao
southern China and northern Vietnam (need to be confirmed)
namaPhana
Phana (also called Bana or Pana) is a Loloish language of Laos and China.
b3Pho Bang Gelao
southern China and northern Vietnam
tangu; gwisi; gwisi diumbiPunu
Punu is 1) a Bantu language spoken in Gabon and the Republic of Congo; 2) the Hmongic languages of the Yao people of China.
5imaPurik
The Purgi language (alternative spellings: Purki, Purig and Burig) is spoken by the Purikpa, a group of Tibetan Muslims, with a slight mixture with Dardic. The Purikpa live south of the Balti in Ladakh. Most of them live in Ladakh and Baltistan, especially in Kargil although significant numbers reside in Leh. Many Puriks are also present in China.
k3ri (k3rri)Puroik
The Puroik language, also called Sulung, is a language spoken by the Puroik people of Arunachal Pradesh in India and of Lhunze County, Tibet, in China.
th~ekth~auPutian Chinese
eastern Fujian province, China.
muciQiang Longxi
Sichuan Province, China
mesi (mEsi, men3)Qiang Mianchi
Sichuan Province, China
mes3Qiang Puxi
Sichuan Province, China
m3siQiang Yadu
Sichuan Province, China
SalRiang
(?eaia) Riang is a MonKhmer language of Burma and China.
locz~moSani Yi
Sani is one of the Loloish languages spoken by the Yi people of China.
xerSarikoli
The Sarikoli language (also Sariqoli, Selekur, Sarikul, Sariqul, Sarikoli) is a member of the Pamir subgroup of the Southeastern Iranian languages spoken by Tajiks in China.
nokoShe China
The She language is an endangered HmongMien language spoken by the She people.
numoShuigui Honi
spoken in Yunnan, China
madua; maluaNa Khe Gelao
southern China and northern Vietnam
amux3Nanjiang
Nanjiang County is a county of Sichuan Province, China.
5imeNaxi
Naxi (also known as Nakhi, Nasi, Lomi, Moso, Mo-su), is a Sino-Tibetan language or group of languages spoken by some 310,000 people most of whom live in or around Lijiang City Yulong Naxi Autonomous County of the province of Yunnan, China.
5i3Northern Baima
Baima is a language spoken by 10,000 Baima people, of Tibetan nationality, in north central Sichuan Province, and Gansu Province, China.
laoch~i; laoNorthern Tujia
a language spoken natively by the Tujia people in south-central China.
punh~oiIu Mienh
One of the main languages spoken by the Yao people in China, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand
nniaNKuy
Soui, Kuay, or Kuy, language of northeastern Thailand, northern Cambodia, and parts of southern Laos.
m3Sgaw
S'gaw, also known as Karen and S'gaw Kayin, is a Karen language spoken by S'gaw Karen people in Burma and in Thailand.
NajpxiWiang Pa Pao Lua
southern Chiang Rai Province, Thailand
taNoaNong Duu Mon
Thailand
tNayMon
southeastern Burma and western Thailand
5iwoMpi
Mpi is a Loloish language of northern Thailand.
numoMojiang Hani
The South of China and Indochina
sanheDhimal
Dhimalic; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
5itioXiang (Hsiang)
Chinese language that is spoken in Hunan province.
dε:tDong
The Kam language, also known as Gam, or in Chinese, Dong or Tung-Chia, is the language of the Dong people.
lEt; wanNorthern Shan
so-called "Chinese Shan" is much influenced by the Yunnan-Chinese dialect.
niDarmiya
Darmiya (Darma) is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.
tooDomaaki
Domaaki, also known as Dumaki or Domaa, is a Dardic language spoken by a few hundred people living in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.
( )
, . , . .
diCentral Azad Kashmir Gujari
Pakistan, India
diChitral Gujari
Pakistan, India?
diDir Gujari ( Gujari; Pakistan, India)
???
nik tauMing-deng-ngu
( - ), -, - , ,
wan.2Aiton
The Tai Aiton language is spoken in Assam, India (in the Dhonsiri Valley and the south bank of the Brahmaputra).
arni; arni atur; samphri; samphri aturAmri Karbi
Amri, or Amri Karbi, is spoken by the Karbi people of Assam and Meghalaya (India).
puteAka Kol
The Kol were one of the indigenous peoples of the Andaman Islands (India).
raNsan; sanA'tong
Atong is a Sino-Tibetan language related to Koch, Rabha, Bodo and Garo. It is spoken in the South Garo Hills and West Khasi Hills districts of Meghalaya state in Northeast India
da5itanii
Apatani (Apa Tani, Tanii) is a Tani language of India.
ochoKoriese
Koryese - Koriese ???
ravi; sooryuGSB Mangalore
India (?)
5amChepang
Nepal
shingi**Krishnupur Koda
Koda is an endangered Munda language of India and Bangladesh
tshandu**Kundang Koda
India and Bangladesh
koo**Cham
Cham is the language of the Cham people of Southeast Asia, and formerly the language of the kingdom of Champa in central Vietnam.
sanMech
Bodo, or Mech, is the Sino-Tibetan language of the Bodo people of north-eastern India and Bengal.
suKati (in Afghanistan)
Indic; Indo-European; Asia
alaBauzi
East Geelvink Bay; East Geelvink Bay; Asia
l3muBwe
The Sino-Tibetan family
noronBuriat Mongolia
, .
muNhn3NBisu
Burmese-Lolo; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
belChangma Kodha
, India.
tiwazLuwian
Luwian; sometimes spelled Luvian, rarely Luish) is an ancient language or group of languages of the Anatolian branch of the Indo-European language family. The culmination of Luwian language development took place in the 13 - 12th centuries B.C., when most of inscriptions were written. Anatolia, Northern Syria
nankhanMagar
This language is spoken in the East and the South of Pokhara, Nepal.
kamimi; taminiBaham
West Bomberai; Asia
gur; gwer; gwurBerik
Tor; Tor-Orya; Asia
bvenLori
the language of one of Irans major ethnic groups, spoken by five million people over the length of the Zagros range, forming a linguistic continuum between Kurdish and Persian.
ormozdZebaki
Spoken in Afghanistan, Pakistan
mwuuTaungthu
Myanmar (Burma)
nh~i*Byangsi
Byangsi is a West Himalayish language of India and Nepal.
gy~inTorki
The dialect that was called Torki, Turkish language, or in the Safavid period Kizilbashi, is the same that is called Azerbaijani Turkish in our modern era.
deBrahui
Brahui is a Dravidian language spoken by the Brahui people in the central Balochistan region of Pakistan and Afghanistan.
duN5iBoga'er Luoba
( : Abhor, Abor, Lhoba, Luoba). Arunachal Pradesh state: East, West, and Upper Siang districts, Upper Subansiri and Dibang Valley districts; Assam state: Assam valley north hills, between Bhutan and Buruli rivers.
th~iniChantyal
Bodic; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
tihyaTamu Kyi
(Gurung) Sino-Tibetan language
sirKalami
Indic; Indo-European; Asia
nhεi**Qiandong
- : . - .
gubuakMari
Mari; Uralic; Eurasia
siŋ'giGhatshila Ho
Munda; Austro-Asiatic; Asia (India)
'siŋgiMalidu Ho
Munda; Austro-Asiatic; Asia
siŋ'giGhoraduba Ho
Munda; Austro-Asiatic; Asia
gubuakMari
( ), spoken by approximately 400,000 people, belongs to the Uralic language family. It is spoken primarily in the Mari Republic (Mari: Marii El, i.e., 'Mari land') of the Russian Federation as well as in the area along the Vyatka river basin and eastwards to the Urals.
singiHo
Ho is a Munda language of the Austroasiatic language family spoken primarily in India
NayNeKhang
Khang, also known as Mang U, is an Austroasiatic language of Vietnam.
ha*yNyakur
The Nyah Kur language is an Austroasiatic language spoken by a remnant of the Mon people of Dvaravati, the Nyah Kur people, who live in present-day Thailand.
qa ??Paliu Lai
The Bolyu language also known as Paliu, Palyu, or Lai is an Austroasiatic language of the Pakanic branch.
siŋ'giGhatshila Ho
(also spelt as Ghatsila) is a census town in Purbi Singhbhum district in the state of Jharkhand, India and it is a subdivisional of East singhbhum district.
'siŋgiMalidu Ho
India
siŋGutob
Munda; Austro-Asiatic; Asia
ciDanau
Danau (Danaw) is a MonKhmer language of Myanmar (Burma).
saChutiya
- (?)
hidoParan Taroko
Taiwan
aveMaga
Taiwan
koli7iTona
Taiwan
koli7iMantauran
Taiwan
cidalAmis (Ami)
Amis is the Formosan language of the Amis (or Ami), an indigenous tribal people living along the east coast of Taiwan (see Taiwanese aborigines).
lizaxPazeh
Pazeh (Pazih) is the language of the Pazeh, a tribe of indigenous people on Taiwan (see Taiwanese ... It is a Formosan language of the Austronesian languages language family.
kadawPilam Puyuma
The Puyuma language, or Pinuyumayan (Chinese: ???; pinyin: Beinn Yu), is the language of the Puyuma, an indigenous people of Taiwan
qadawTjubar Paiwan
Paiwan is a native language of Taiwan, spoken by the Paiwan, a Taiwanese indigenous people.
adawStimul Paiwan
a native language of Taiwan, spoken by the Paiwan people, one tribe of the Taiwanese aborigines
hidoParan Taroko
Taiwan
waxi7Skikun Atayal
central and northern Taiwan
hEhilaLTaai Saisiyat
Saisiyat is the language of the Saisiyat, a Taiwanese indigenous people.
valiTakbanuaz Bunun
spoken by the Bunun people of Taiwan.
txi ya* Gurung
Bodic; Sino-Tibetan; Asia
bodoA-Pucikwar or Pucikwar
Central Great Andamanese extinct language (Indo-Pasific language group); Asia
bodoAka-Jeru or Jeru
Nothern Great Andamanese extinct language (Indo-Pasific language group). 36 speakers in 1997, bilingual in Hindi
bodoAkar-Bale or Bale
Southern Great Andamanese extinct language (Indo-Pasific language group)
bodoAka-Bea
(Aka-Bea, Bea, Beada, Biada, Aka-Beada, Bojigniji, Bogijiab, Bojigyab). The Bea language, Aka-Bea, is an extinct Great Andamanese language of the Southern group. It was spoken around the western Andaman Strait and around the northern and western coast of South Andaman.
poddAbujhmaria
dialect name of Maria language (India)
poddKoya
Koya language is a dialect of Gondi language which is spoken in Adilabad district in Andhra Pradesh and in Gondwana region of Central India.
pordHill Maria Gondi
the Abujhmar mountains in India
pordNorth Bastar Gondi
India
pordAdilabad Gondi
India
podKolami
Kolami (Northwestern Kolami) is a tribal Central Dravidian language used in Telangana State previously part of Andhra Pradesh state and Maharashtra state of India.
outeAka-Bo or Bo
Nothern Great Andamanese extinct language (Indo-Pasific language group)
diuAka-Cari or Chari
Nothern Great Andamanese extinct language (Indo-Pasific language group)
dieAka-Kede
The Kede language, Aka-Kede, is an extinct Great Andamanese language, of the Northern group. It was spoken in the Northern section of Middle Andaman island
nNe; n3eNhaheun
Nyaheun is a MonKhmer language of the Bahnaric branch spoken in southern Laos.
taNayOi
Oi is a MonKhmer dialect cluster of Attapeu Province in southern Laos.
t3Ne7; t3Ni; th~3Ni; hniPear
Pear is a moribund Mon-Khmer language of Cambodia.
si Nai (?)Palaung
Palaung, or in Chinese De'ang, is a MonKhmer dialect cluster spoken by over half a million people in Burma (Shan State) and neighboring countries.
ha*yNyah Kur (Tha Pong)
Monic; Austro-Asiatic; Asia
t3NayLave
Cambodia and Laos
t3moKayah
- :
belɔKeonjhar Juang
Odisha state, eastern India.
sanKoch
Koch is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken by the Koch people of Republic of India, Rajbanshi people in Nepal and Bangladesh.
salLalung
Tiwa, or Lalung, is a Sino-Tibetan language of Assam in North East India.
%Cury~eKoraga
Koraga (also rendered Koragar, Koragara, Korangi) is a Dravidian language spoken by the Koraga people, a Scheduled tribe people of Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka, and Kerala in South West India.
kor; koroBale
Akar-Bale or Bale is an extinct Central Great Andamanese language once spoken in the Andaman Islands.
yorChatorkhand Khowar
Pakistan
yorGaram Chishma Khowar
Pakistan
yorKesu Khowar
Pakistan
yorOdir Khowar
Pakistan
yorPargam Nisar Khowar
Pakistan
yorUshu Khowar
Pakistan
beroKharia
The Kharia language is an Austro-Asiatic language that is primarily spoken by indigenous Kharia people of eastern India.
bi:ri:**Kurukh
Kurukh Language is an Indian tribal language that is spoken in several states of India.
bidiKurux Nepali (Kurukh)
India
gamaKuvi
Kuvi language is native to India and is a Dravidian language spoken by the Khonds. Some other names for Kuvi are Kuwi, Kuvinga, Kuvi Kond, Kond, Khondi, Khondh, and Jatapu.
sh~anumIdu
Nigeria? (The Idu Mishmi language - India-)
yiwowaLibo
Libo or Palibo language, a TibetanBurman language of India.
dado; surjya; t3dkoBanjari
Lambadi or Goar-boali, also called Banjari, is a language spoken by the once nomadic Banjara people across India and it belongs to Indo-Aryan group of languages.
maarta.nDa; suuryaMaraaThii
Marathi is the language spoken in Maharashtra, India.
gunaruMara
Mara is a language spoken by Mara people living in 60 villages of Chhimtuipui district, southern Mizoram, India and the adjacent people living in Burma.
wɔhɔʔNaga
the Naga people are an ethnic group conglomerating of several tribes native to the North Eastern part of India and north-western Myanmar (Burma).
nu mitMeitei-lon
Indian states of Assam and Tripura, and in Bangladesh and Burma (now Myanmar).
miraMunji
The Munji language, also known as Munjani, Munjhan and the Munjiwar language, is a Pamir language spoken in Munjan valley in Badakhshan Province in northeast Afghanistan.
arniKarbi
The Karbi language, also known as Mikir or Arleng, is spoken by the Karbi people of Assam ( ).
candoAbirpara Mahali
The East India
candoMatindor Mahali
The East India
candoPachondor Mahali
The East India
candoPaharpur Santali
India
candoPatichora Santali
India
candoRashidpur Santali
India
candoRautnagar Santali
India
canduRajarampur Santali
India
nomJerung
Jerung is a moribund Kiranti language spoken in Nepal.
yang hroiJarai
The Jarai language is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by the Jarai ethnic group of Vietnam and Cambodia.
t3Ne7; t3Ni; th~3Ni; hniPear
Pear is a moribund Mon-Khmer language of Cambodia.
tNi Xo3hSaoch
Sa'och is an endangered, nearly extinct Pearic language of Cambodia and Thailand.
saniSamre
Samre is a nearly extinct Pearic language of Thailand and, formerly, Cambodia.
d'alTampuan
Tampuan is the language of Tampuan people indigenous to the mountainous regions of Ratanakiri Province in Cambodia.
5i maJirel
Jirel is a Southern Tibetic language of Nepal.
kadjaKara
a language of the Gaya confederacy in southern Korea. (?)
boqKhoshar-Khota
su:ŋkVakh
Wakhi is an Indo-European language in the Eastern Iranian branch of the language family spoken today in Wakhan District, Afghanistan and also in Northern Pakistan.
su:ŋkVerkhne-Kalymsk ( )
()
su:ŋkVasjugan
,
kath **Likrisovskoje
dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
kath **Malyj Jugan
dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
kath **Tremjugan
the dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
kath **Jugan
the dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
xatUpper Demjanka
the dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
xatKonda Khanty
the dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
xatlKhanty
(western Siberia, Russia)
xatlKazym
dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
xatəl **Nizjam
the dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
xatəl **Sherkaly
the dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
xatəl **Synja
the dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
xatəl **Obdorsk
the dialect of the Khanty language (West Sibiria, Russia)
yunegKanauri
The Tibeto-Kanauri languages, also called Bodic, BodishHimalayish, and Western Tibeto-Burman, are a proposed intermediate level of classification of the Sino-Tibetan languages, centered on the Tibetic languages and the Kinnauri dialect cluster.
iNKusunda
Kusunda (Kusanda) is a language isolate spoken by a handful of people in western and central Nepal.
nimiKham
(also Magar Pang) Nepal.
nimaDrokgye Kham
nimiTakale Kham
ɲiwaŋRgyalthan Tibetan
Sino-Tibetan
mattongaiKoho
Sre or Koho is a Bahnaric language spoken in the region around the city of Di Linh in Vietnam, by the Degar (or Montagnard) people.
mat tongeKoho Lach
Koho, .
mat pleNKatu
Katu, or Low Katu, is a Katuic language of eastern Laos and central Vietnam.
mat narChrau
Bahnaric; Austro-Asiatic; Asia
matNayJeh
Jeh (also spelled Die, Gie, Yaeh) is a language spoken by more than fifteen thousand people in Vietnam.
mat ngay Halang
Bahnaric; Austro-Asiatic; Asia
mat hnguyCua
Bahnaric; Austro-Asiatic; Asia
matpriKhmu'
Khmu is the language of the Khmu people of the northern Laos region.
met ktoChewong
(Cheq Wong, Ceq Wong) is an aboriginal MonKhmer language spoken in Malaya.
met ktoChewong
(Cheq Wong, Ceq Wong) is an aboriginal MonKhmer language spoken in Malaya.
mat troi [matchoy]Vietnamese
belongs to the Austronesian language family (Viet-Muong group).
mat mahiHre
Hre is a North Bahnaric language of central Vietnam.
mat hiRengao
It is spoken in parts of south and central Vietnam.
m3tpl3y (m3ot pl3i)Ruc
the minor Vietic language called Ruc, spoken by about 190 people 2 in the rather isolated highlands of North-Central Vietnam.
vanLaha
Laha is a Kra language spoken by approximately 1,400 people out of a total population of 5,686 Laha. It is spoken in Lao Cai and Son La provinces, Vietnam.
ia huroiNorthern Roglai
The Roglai language is a Chamic language of southern Vietnam
yaN hrueRade
Rade is a Malayo-Polynesian language of southern Vietnam.
haiSedang
Sedang is an Austro-Asiatic language spoken in eastern Laos and Kon Tum Province in south central Vietnam.
narStieng
the language of the Stieng people of southern Vietnam
noiTaipan Mien
The north part of Vietnam (near China border)
mat3oharaeKerinci
Kerinci (Karinchi or Kincai) is a Malayan language spoken in Jambi province, Sumatra especially in Kerinci Regency and Sungai Penuh city.
matariMualang
Mualang is a Ibanic Dayak language of Borneo.
matariAi Banda
South Maluku (Moluccas), Indonesia.
mataraEmae
Emae is a Polynesian outlier language of Vanuatu.
matahariMalay
It is the national language of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei, and it is one of four official languages of Singapore. Spoken at Sumatra island, at the Malay Peninsula and in coastal regions of Borneo island.
marahari; surya; mentariIndonesian
The state language of Republic of Indonesia. This is an Austronesian language, and is part of Malay language branch of this language family.
matahariBanjar
the language of Banjars. This is one of Malay-polinesian languages of Austronesian language family. Matahari means 'Eye of Day'
mata hariIban
(jaku Iban) is spoken by the Iban, a branch of the Dayak ethnic group formerly known as "Sea Dayak" who live in Sarawak, the Indonesian province of Kalimantan Barat and in Brunei. (Malayo-Sumbawan; Austronesian; Asia)
matahariSekola Lonthoir Banda
Indonesia
matahariSekola Neira Banda
Indonesia
matahariAlor Malay
Indonesia
matahariBetawi
Creoles and Pidgins; other; Asia
matahariKupang Malay
West Timor, Indonesia.
mataariRemun
Remun, or Milikin, is a Ibanic Dayak language of Borneo.
mataariSebuyau
Sebuyau is a Malayic Dayak language of Borneo
mata7ariSelako
Kendayan, or Salako (Selako), is a Malayic Dayak language of Borneo.
mate ari7tLom
the dialect of Bangka Malay (Indonesia)
mata n-ahi (matanai)Balinese
Indonesia (Java and Bali islands). (There are several Balinese languages indeed, not less than four)
mata n-ahiBalinese
Indonesia
mataniariAngkola
Austronesian language of Sumatra.
mata ni ari; mata wariHata Batak
Dairi Batak (Batak Toba, Batta or Hata Batak Toba) is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in the northern part of the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
matEanrauMa'anyan
Ma'anyan or Ma'anjan or Maanyak Dayak is an Austronesian language belonging to the East Barito languages. It is spoken by about 150,000 Ma'anyan people living in the central Kalimantan, Indonesia.
mataessoBugis
one of the Indonesian languages. Spoken at Southwestern part of Sulavesi island and in other regions of Indonesia. There are about 4 mil. of speakers.
mata essohBuginese
(Basa Ugi, Bahasa Bugis, Bugis, Bugi, De) is a language spoken by about five million people mainly in the southern part of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
matase7atDampelasa
Dampelas (Dampal) is a Celebic language of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
matanuoloyoDondo
Dondo is a Celebic language of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
mato7onroDusun Deyah
Dusun Deyah, or Deyah, is a language spoken by the Dusun people of Borneo that is closely related to Malagasy on Madagascar.
moto7andoRampi
Rampi is a language of Central and South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
masoandro ('the eye of the day')Malagasy
the language is spoken by the inhabitants of Madagascar island. (Barito; Austronesian; Africa).
mataondoBolano
(Djidja) Indonesia
mata alloKondjo
Indonesia
mata aloBantaeng
South Sulawesi, Indonesia (?)
mata-i-aloCentral Santo
Austronesian language family. The family of Santo languages is a subgroup of the Vanuatu languages.
mata alloAralle-Tabulahan
South Sulawesi (Indonesia); Austronesian; Asia
mata alloAralle
Indonesia
mata alloMambi
(Aralle-Tabulahan: Mambi) Indonesia
mata alloCampbell Tabulahan
Indonesia.
mata alloMckenzie Tabulahan
Indonesia.
mata alloDama Dama
Dama may refer to Indonesian language
mata alloPallu
(?) Palu'e (also spelled Palue and Paluqe; native name Lu'a) is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken on Palu'e Island, Indonesia.
mata alloTaupe
Indonesia (?)
mata alloRantepalado
Indonesia
mata alloSaludengan
Sulawesi (Indonesia)
mata alloSalu Huhu ( )
Sulawesi (Indonesia)
mata alloSalu Maka
Sulawesi (Indonesia)
mata alloTanete
Indonesia (?)
mata alloSepang
in the southern part of the state of Selangor in Malaysia.
mata alloSodangan
Sulawesi
mata alloTaora
Indonesia
matalauTanjong
Tanjong (Tanjung) language, which is spoken near the town of Kapit (Malaysia).
matahinaRahambuu
Rahambuu is an Austronesian language of Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia.
matEanrauSamihim
mata7ariSalako Badamea
Western Indonesia
mata7ariTamuan
Indonesia
matanueleoPendau
Pendau (Ndau), or Umalasa, is a Celebic language of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
matanueleoTaje Tanampedagi
The North of Indonesia
mata7eoSarudu
Sarudu is an Austronesian language of West Sulawesi, Indonesia.
mata aloSelayar
Selayar or Selayarese is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by about 100,000 people on the island of Selayar in South Sulawesi province, Indonesia.
eleoTajio
Tajio (Ajio), or Kasimbar, is a Celebic language of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
alloTalaud
Talaud is an Austronesian language spoken on the Talaud Islands north of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
oleoTalokimatana
the Indonesian language (?)
e7eoTara
Indonesia
leo; oleoLasalimu
Lasalimu is an Austronesian language spoken on Buton Island off the southeast coast of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
oleoMoronene Tokotua
Indonesia
oleoKadatua
Sulawesi Tenggara province: Kadatuang island; Indonesia
eleoLauje
Lauje is a Celebic language of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
eleoLauje Ampibabo
Indonesia
oleoTolaki Asera
Tolaki is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in south east Sulawesi in Indonesia
oleoTolaki Konawe
Indonesia
oleoTolaki Wiwirano
Indonesia
oleoLiabuka
Liabuka (Liabuku) is an Austronesian language of Buton Island, off the southeast coast of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
eleoLauje
Lauje is a Celebic language of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
eleoLauje Ampibabo
Indonesia
oleoTolaki Asera
Tolaki is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in south east Sulawesi in Indonesia
oleoTolaki Konawe
Indonesia
oleoLiabuka
Liabuka (Liabuku) is an Austronesian language of Buton Island, off the southeast coast of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
leo; oleoLasalimu
Lasalimu is an Austronesian language spoken on Buton Island off the southeast coast of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
eleoTaje Petapa
the North of Indonesia
xoleoMuna
Muna is an Austronesian language spoken principally on the island of Muna and the adjacent (nowthwestern) part of Buton Island, off the southeast coast of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
holeoMato No Uwe
holeoPasarwajo
South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
holeoWabhula
holeoBatu Atas
Indonesia, Sulawesi
holeoMasiri (Cia-Cia)
Indonesia
olarWaru Seram
A language of Indonesia
alloMandar
Mandar (also Andian, Manjar, Mandharsche) is an Austronesian language spoken by the Mandar ethnic group living in West Sulawesi province of Indonesia
alloMamuju
Mamuju is an Austronesian language spoken on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
alloMassenrempulu
an Austronesian language of Sulawesi, Indonesia
waloNume
Nume (also called Gog and Tarasag) is an Oceanic language spoken on Gaua island in Vanuatu.
m3tNorth Tanna
North Tanna is a language spoken on the northern coast of Tanna Island in Vanuatu.
oloyo mata-noBanggai
Indonesia
mata-i-aloCentral Santo
Philippines
mata7oloPadoe
Padoe is an Austronesian language of the Celebic branch. It was traditionally spoken in the rolling plains south of Lake Matano in South Sulawesi province.
matanueleoPendau
Pendau (Ndau), or Umalasa, is a Celebic language of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
mata7oleoTolaki Mekongga
Indonesia
mataoleoMoronene
Indonesia
matai alo Navut Matae
Matae/Navut, spoken on the island of Espiritu Santo
mete aloPaama Faulili
the Faulili dialect of Paama (Vanuatu)
matE7oloLawangan
Lawangan is an Austronesian language of the East Barito group. It is spoken by about 100,000 Lawangan people (one of the Dayak peoples) living in the central Kalimantan, Indonesia.
mataondoBolano
(Djidja) Indonesia
mEtE eoDaa (Da'a ? Kaili)
Indonesia
matanand~auNgaju Baamang
Ngaju is an Austronesian language spoken along the Kapuas, Kahayan, Katingan, and Mentaya Rivers in Central Borneo, Indonesia. It is closely related to Bakumpai language. There are three dialects Pulopetak, Ba'amang, and Mantangai.
matEanrauDusun Witu
Dusun Witu, or Witu, is a language spoken by the Dusun people of Borneo that is closely related to Malagasy on Madagascar.
matEanrauMalang
Dusun Malang, or Malang, is a language spoken by the Dusun people of Borneo that is closely related to Malagasy on Madagascar.
matEanrauPaku
Paku (Bakau) is an endangered language of Borneo.
mitna8eLabo
Labo (also Ninde, Nide, Meaun, Mewun) is an Oceanic language spoken by about 1,100 people in the Southwest Bay area of Malekula island, in Vanuatu.
matan masNarango Nambel
matemasoMafea
(also known as Mavea or Mavia) is an Oceanic language spoken on the island of Mavea in Vanuatu, off the eastern coast of Espiritu Santo.
matanamasoPiamatsina
Piamatsina is an Oceanic language spoken in the north of Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
matamasoTasmate
Tasmate is an Oceanic language spoken in the north of Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
mata 7are7Semelai
Semelai is an Austroasiatic language spoken in the Malay Peninsula.
matanamasaMalmariv
Malmariv/Merei is an Oceanic language spoken in north central Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
matanamasa Navut
Navut is an Oceanic language spoken in central Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
matanamasoPiamatsina
Piamatsina is an Oceanic language spoken in the north of Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
matadiuNarom
Narom language (sometimes spelled Narum) is a Malayo-Polynesian language of the Lower Baram branch. It is spoken by some 2,420 Narom people in Sarawak, Malaysia, and particularly in the Miri Division and the area south of Baram River mouth.
mat r3baNPacoh
central Laos and central Vietnam.
mata uroe (eye of the day) Acehnese
Indonesia
matakulaBudong Budong
Budong-Budong is an Austronesian language of Sulawesi, Indonesia
matasekat; sekatBalaesan
a language of Indonesia
mata daw (eye of the day)Bintulu
Indonesia
mata adaw (eye of the day)Bisaya
Indonesia
mata in singai (eye of the day) Bolaang
Indonesia
mete aiPaama Laul
Vanuatu
mete iaiPaama Lironesa
Vanuatu
taNayCheng
Cheng (also known as Jeng, Chieng) is a MonKhmer language of southern Laos.
t3 m3vKaren Yintale
- :
lu moKaren Manumanaw
- :
lu muKarenbyu
- :
lv muYinbaw
Myanmar
olimuMaklew
Bulaka River; Bulaka River; Asia
nh~imaKaike
Magar Kaike is a Sino-Tibetan language of Nepal
sacukLepcha
Lepcha language, or Rng language is a Himalayish language spoken by the Lepcha people in Sikkim and parts of West Bengal, Nepal and Bhutan.
SemSoMlahso
Mlahso, sometimes referred to as Suryoyo or Surayt, is an extinct or dormant Central Neo-Aramaic language. It was traditionally spoken in eastern Turkey and later also in northeastern Syria by Jacobite Syriac-Assyrians.
5imaLowa
Nepal
beLashi
a Burmish language (, )
tamyatPanakhil
Pangkhua (Pangkhu), or Paang, is a Kukish language primarily spoken in Bangladesh.
sImaləMari ( ?)
Uralic language spoken in Russia
haweSaketa
India ?
nuPhetchabun Hmong
dit7; hnubHmoob Dawb
White Hmong (Hmong Daw or Hmoob Dawb) a dialect of the Hmong language spoken in the United States (Vietnam?)
c3hNiNaga Ao
The Aos are one of the major Naga tribes of Nagaland, Northeast India.
ch~a 5uNaga Chang
Chang (Changyanguh), or Mochungrr, is a Naga language of northeastern India.
nach~eNaga Chokri
Chokri, or Eastern Angami, is one of three languages spoken by the Chakhesang Naga of Phek district, Nagaland state, India.
noNmitNaga Khoibu
an undocumented and endangered Tibeto-Burman language spoken by the Khoibu tribe.
waN hiNaga Konyak
Konyak is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken by the Konyak people of Nagaland, northeastern India.
nai mikNaga Liangmai
northeastern India.
lai mikNaga Maram
northeastern India.
nai mikNaga Zeme
Kuki-Chin; Sino-Tibetan; Asia. (northeastern India)
zi mikNaga Tangkhul
Kuki-Chin; Sino-Tibetan; Asia. (northeastern India)
tamikNaga Thangal
northeastern India.
numitNaga Maring
northeastern India.
tiNgai miakNaga Mzieme
northeastern India.
eNiNaga Lotha
northeastern India.
ch~3NhiNaga Mao
northeastern India.
sanNocte
Nocte is a Naga language of northeastern India.
sanNaga Nocte
northeastern India.
vaN hiNaga Phom
northeastern India.
ar3 niNaga Pochuri
northeastern India.
niNaga Tarao
northeastern India.
aniNaga Yimchungru
northeastern India.
ih~ekh~aNaga Rengma
northeastern India.
yheko (yhekha)Naga Southern Rengma
northeastern India.
53Naga Sangtam
northeastern India.
cikin hy~eNaga Sumi
northeastern India.
raN hanNaga Wancho
northeastern India.
diya devta; devtaNahali
Nahali is a name used for two, unrelated languages spoken in the Indian states of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh: Kalto language, an Indo-Aryan language. Nihali language, a language isolate.
dony~i (doin, do5i)Nishing
Nishi (also known as Nyishi, Nisi, Nishing, Nissi, Nyising, Bangni, Dafla, Daphla, Lel) is a Sino-Tibetan language of the Tani branch spoken in lower Subansiri and East Kameng districts of Arunachal Pradesh and Darrang District of Assam in India.
doniNisi Tagin
India
toNkuluOnge
The Onge language is one of two known Ongan languages within the Andaman family. It is spoken by the Onge people in Little Andaman Island in India.
dehPahari Potwari
The Indo-Aryan language spoken on the Pothohar Plateau in northern Punjab, in most of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, and in western areas of Indian-administered Kashmir
desPangwali
the North India, Himalayas.
di*Northern Azad Kashmir Gujari
Pakistan, India
mer3 st3rg3Parachinar Pashto
Pakistan
nm3r; lm3rPashin Kakari Pashto
Pakistan
Ta5uPhom
Phom is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken by the Phom people of Nagaland, northeastern India.
bel; siNiPlains Remo
India
loAdi Galo
gam Nepali ( )
Nepal, India.
noTlongsai
( Mara Chin) - (India ?)
doniNa India
???
Ta5uPhom
Phom is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken by the Phom people of Nagaland, northeastern India.
sNiPnar Jowai
Pnar is an Austroasiatic language spoken in India and Bangladesh.
raN saNRabha
Rabha is a Sino-Tibetan language of India.
umoRamo
India
dinRana
Rana language can refer to: The Rana dialect of the Buru language of Indonesia. The Rana Tharu language of India.
bel; berhRaute
Raute is a small Sino-Tibetan language of Dadeldhura District, Mahakali Zone, Nepal.
namNachering
Nachhiring is a Kirati language spoken mostly in the eastern hills of Nepal. It merges into Kulung in the north and Sampang in the south. The name can also be spelled Nachering, Nachhereng, Nacchhering, Nasring.
namPuma
Puma is a Kiranti language in Sagarmatha Zone, Nepal.
n3mRawang
Rawang, also known as Krangku, Kiutze (Qiuze), and Chopa, is a Sino-Tibetan language of India and Burma.
lonpaSampang
Nepal
nimiTaka Kham
Taka dialect (a Tibeto-Burman language of Nepal).
ti 5i(?)Tamang
Tamang is a term used to collectively refer to a dialect cluster spoken mainly in Nepal.
neraRavula
Ravula, known locally as Yerava or Adiyan, is a Dravidian language of Karnataka and Kerala. ()
niRongpo
Rongpo (Rangpo) is a West Himalayish language spoken in India.
beirSadri
Sadri, also known as Nagpuri, is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language spoken in the Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, northern West Bengal, Assam and in Bangladesh.
nimi7Sartang
Sartang is a small language of India.
beruSauria Paharia
The Sauria Paharia people are a tribal people of West Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand in India.
oyonSavara
Savara language may refer to either of two languages spoken by some aboriginal tribal peoples in eastern India
suShekhani
The North of India
niniSherdukpen
Sherdukpen is a small language of India.
uyuN; goyuNanSora
Sora is an Austroasiatic language of the Sora people, an ethnic group of eastern India, mainly in the states of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.
pord; poddSouthern Gondi
Gondi is a South-Central Dravidian language, spoken by about two million Gond people, chiefly in the states of Madhya Pradesh ( ), Gujarat, Telangana, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh (India)
nimaSpiti Bhoti
the sino-tibetian language of the people on the North India
k3 riSulung
The Sulung language, also called Puroik, is a language spoken by the Puroik people of Arunachal Pradesh in India and of Lhnz County, Tibet, in China.
id3mTani
Sino-Tibetan language spoken mostly in Arunachal Pradesh, India
riNTaraon
Digaro, also Taraon or Darang, is a Digarish language of northeastern Arunachal Pradesh, India and Zay County, Tibet, China.
Ni5; bogi; nginyKamasauWand Tuan
Kamasau is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
Ni5; ŋiŋKamasauTring-Wau
Papua New Guinea
Neni; Ni5; ŋeni KamasauKenyari-Paruwa
Papua New Guinea
Ni5; ŋiŋ KamasauYibab-Wandomi
Papua New Guinea
mir; mireYey
Yey (Yei, Jei, Je, Yei-Nan) is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
kumoN (kumoŋ)Jilim
Jilim is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
vaniGrass Koiari
Grass Koiari (Koiali) is a language of Papua New Guinea.
kebuAmgotro
Papua New Guinea.
g3fuMongowar
Papua New Guinea.
jaNKaiep
Kaiep is one of three Kairiru languages spoken in East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea.
aimAp Ma
Kambot Ap Ma (Ap Ma Botin, Botin, also Karaube), is a RamuLower Sepik language of Papua New Guinea of unclear affiliation
aimKambotKambaramba
Ap Ma (Papua New Guinea)
mapiyaKawatsa
Kawatsa is a nearly extinct Angan language of Papua New Guinea
paŋgatKinalakna
Kinalakna is a Papuan language of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
raKaian
Kaian (Kayan) is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea.
raKapingamarangi
Kapingamarangi is a Polynesian language spoken in the Federated States of Micronesia. It had 3,000 native speakers in 1995. The language is closely related to the Nukuoro language.
kaiweKube
Kube, also Mongi, is a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
wʌniŋKobol
Kobol, or Koguman, is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
obo; opoKasua
Kasua is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
EnE7; eneʔKosadle
Kosadle (Kosare) is an unclassified Papuan language of West Papua.
yəbodEnde-AgobDabu
Papua New Guinea
iabotaKawam-Kibuli
a Papuan language spoken in Western Province, Papua New Guinea.
hibioGibaio
Alternate name: Kiwai. Papua New Guinea.
himio; ivioArigibi
Arigibi (Kiwai) is a Papuan language, or languages, of southern Papua New Guinea. Arigibi .
hivioUrama
southern Papua New Guinea
ivoAnigibi
southern Papua New Guinea
hivioUrama
Dialect of Kiwai language.
hivioMorigi
Morigi is a Papuan language of southern Papua New Guinea.
hewioKerewo
Kerewo is a Papuan language of southern Papua New Guinea.
sivioMinanibai
Minanibai, or Foia Foia (Foyafoya) is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea, spoken in an area near Omati River mouth in Ikobi Kairi and Goaribari Census districts (Gulf Province).
humiaWasembo
Wasembo, also known as Biapim, Gusap, Yankowan, is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
toFaia (KirikiriFaia)
(Faia dialect of Kirikiri). Southern Papua New Guinea
toKirikiri
Southern Papua New Guinea
hahiDomori
Domori is in Papua New Guinea and is nearby to Dede, Wasua and Reginimi Island
naβiniokaRamopa
Keriaka AKA Ramopa is an East Papuan of Bougainville, an island to the east of New Guinea.
nateErave
(Alternate names: Erave, Kewa South, Pole, South Kewa) Papua New Guinea
osogoOdoodee-Murane
Odoodee (Ododei) is a TransNew Guinea language of New Guinea
osigoOdoodee-Wilson
Odoodee (Ododei) is a TransNew Guinea language of New Guinea
mapeKamasa
Kamasa is a nearly extinct Angan language of Papua New Guinea.
ehoRumuhei
Rumu (Dumu, Kairi, Rumuhei, Tumu, Rumuwa) a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
kae; kaiKomutu
Nukna, or Komutu, is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
yanepNukna
Nukna, or Komutu, is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
yaKwoma
Kwoma is a Sepik language of Papua New Guinea.
sariki; sekiWabuda
Papua New Guinea
atonDigoelBari-Kati-Yongkom
(South Muyu) Papua province: south coast, north of Fly river border with Papua New Guinea.
amʌknas; muabariKuot
The Kuot language, or Panaras, is a language isolate, the only non-Austronesian language spoken on the island of New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.
andeChimbu
Kuman (also Chimbu or Simbu) is a language of Chimbu Province, Papua New Guinea
paŋgatKumokio
Kumokio is a Papuan language of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
qawaBoazi
Boazi (Bwadji), also known as Kuni after one of its dialects, is a Papuan language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
kawaKuni-Boazi-3
a Papuan language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
kaweKuni-Boazi-Konmak
a Papuan language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
gebem; qowaKuni-Boazi-Biak
a Papuan language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
qowaSouth Boazi
a Papuan language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
taKwanga
Kwanga (Gawanga) is a Sepik language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
li3; liyəʔKwomtari
Kwomtari is the eponymous language of the Kwomtari family of Papua New Guinea. It is spoken in six villages in Amanab District, Sandaun Province.
ʌsɔKonai
Konai is a TransNew Guinea language of New Guinea, spoken on the west bank of the Strickland River.
suAribwatsa
Papua New Guinea
suWampar
Wampar is an Austronesian language of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
7aLabu
an Austronesian language spoken among 1,600 people (1989) in three older villages and one new one across the Markham River from Lae in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
sebiELemio
Lemio is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
nai; yapenaLembena
Lembena, also known as Lembena Pii, Nanimba Pii, Uyalipa Pii, or Wapi Pii, is an Engan language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
ta; taiOpo
? Opao (?) is a TransNew Guinea language of Papua New Guinea.
wabiluLaeko-Libuat
Laeko, or Laeko-Libuat (pronounced Limbuat), is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
tawutiLilau
Lilau is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea, closely related to Monumbo.
waAruop
Aruop is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
mariLaua
Laua, also known as Labu, is a language of Papua New Guinea.
pw~ariMbula
Mbula (also known as Mangap-Mbula, Mangaaba, Mangaawa, Mangaava, Kaimanga) is an Austronesian language spoken by around 2,500 people on Umboi Island and Sakar Island in the Morobe Province of Papua New Guinea.
khadoBitur
Bitur is Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
m3ptq3; mapa; mapatəqaMenye
Menya (Menyama, Menye) is an Angan language of Papua New Guinea.
suakMaralango
northern Papua New Guinea
3m; ʌ:mMawan
Mawan is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea
amaMauwake opora
Mauwake (Mawake) is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
mada7a (mεidaʔa)Maria
Papua New Guinea
meida7aMariaMaranomu
Papua New Guinea
medaMariaGebi
Papua New Guinea
madaʔaMariaMaiagolo
Papua New Guinea
madaʔaMariaUderi
Papua New Guinea
madaHumene
Papua New Guinea
mada; maida7aDoromu
Doromu, or Doromu-Koki, is a Manubaran language spoken in the "Bird's Tail" of Papua New Guinea. It has three varieties: Koki, Kokila and Koriko.
madaKwale
Kwale (or Uare) is a language of Papua New Guinea.
masaMariaOrai iu
Papua New Guinea
iyosIkobi Kairi
Papua New Guinea
ant; enaMedlpa
Melpa (also written Medlpa) is a Papuan language spoken by about 130,000 people predominantly in Mount Hagen and the surrounding district of Western Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea.
aicap; xoidopNengaya
(Alternate names: Mato, Nenaya, Nineia). Papua New Guinea.
dinaMotu
Motu (sometimes called Pure Motu or True Motu to distinguish it from Hiri Motu) is one of many Central Papuan Tip languages and is spoken by the Motuans, native inhabitants of Papua New Guinea.
bauwa; pavaMulaha
Mulaha is an extinct language of the "Bird's Tail" of Papua New Guinea.
bauwaMulahaIaibu
Papua New Guinea.
kituAgi
Agi is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea. (???)
soaOmati
Omati, or Mini, is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea. The two varieties, Barikewa and Mouwase, are quite divergent.
mεrεʔMamaa
Mamaa is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea, spoken in a single village in Morobe Province.
3m3ri; ʌmʌriMawak
Mawak is a nearly extinct Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
holok; olokSiliput
Siliput, a.k.a. Maimai, is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
as3Tiri** (cir-000)
Tiri (Ciri, Tiri), or Mea (Ha Mea), is an Oceanic language of New Caledonia.
jasan**Chenapian
Chenapian (Chenap) is a Papuan language of East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea.
arem; armuMikarew
Aruamu a.k.a. Mikarew (Mikarup, Makarup, Makarub), also Ariawiai (Mikarew-Ariaw), is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea.
areDom-Boumai
Papua New Guinea.
are; aroChuave-Swick
Chuave is a TransNew Guinea language of Chimbu Province, Papua New Guinea.
areSinasina
Sinasina is a language of Simbu Province, Papua New Guinea.
aroChuave-Capell
Papua New Guinea.
raFutuna
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
arao; raGiri
Kire (Giri) is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea.
oraIresim
Yeresiam or Iresim is an Austronesian language in the putative Cenderawasih (Geelvink Bay) of Indonesian Papua. It is not closely related to other languages.
raGamei
Mbore (Borei, Mborei) a.k.a. Gamei (Gamai) is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea.
raAniwa
Polinesian language (Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania)
ra*Skou
The Sko or Skou languages are a small language family spoken by about 7000 people, mainly along the coast of Sandaun Province in Papua New Guinea
ar; areDom
Dom is a TransNew Guinea language of Chimbu Province, Papua New Guinea.
rauSissano
Sissano is an Austronesian language spoken by at most a few hundred people around Sissano in Aitape District, Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea.
raprrAngaua
Nend (Nent), or Angaua, is a Papuan language spoken by the Angaua people of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
garAnor
Papua New Guinea
mp~iab; prowHattam
Hattam (also spelled Hatam, Atam) is a divergent language of New Guinea.
baiyei; yaiHewa
Hewa, also known as Sisimin and Lagaip, is spoken by the Hewa people. Northern Papua New Guinea.
nyet thew; 5etth~euThong Boi
Sumatra
fedHamap
the island of Alor in Indonesia
ata; atahMadi
Madang Province, Papua New Guinea. (Ma'di - Uganda and South Sudan)
kʌmeGuriaso
a language of Papua New Guinea.
sedapGusan
Gusan ( Nema) is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
siEnGuwot
Duwet, also known as Guwot or Waing, is an aberrant member of the Busu subgroup of Lower Markham languages in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
kh~ikh~aDoso
Doso is a language of New Guinea
ma7aDubu
Dubu, also known as Tebi, is a Pauwasi language of West New Guinea.
moLani (Laani)
Western Dani, or Laani, is the most populous Papuan language in Indonesian New Guinea.
omarDemtaAmbora
a Papuan language on the north coast of Papua, Indonesia.
omarDemtaMuris
a Papuan language on the north coast of Papua, Indonesia.
omarDemta
Demta, also known as Sowari and Muris, is a Papuan language on the north coast of Papua, Indonesia.
akombaDaonda
Daonda is a Papuan language of Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea.
osuiAmanab
a Papuan language spoken by 4,400 people in Amanab District, Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea.
neiya; niliaAmto
Amto (also known as Ki) is an AmtoMusan language spoken in Sandaun Province of Papua New Guinea in the Amanab and Rocky Peak Districts, south of the Upper Sepik River, toward the headwaters of the Left May River on the Samaia River.
putAmberbaken
Amberbaken, or Mpur (also known as Kebar, Ekware, and Dekwambre), is a divergent language of New Guinea.
horaAgiYolpa
New Guinea
mayaNamumi
Trans-New Guinea, West Kutubu. (Dialect of Fasu language).
mεreFinungwa
Papua New Guinea
atanFaiwol
Papua New Guinea
ata:nKauwol
Papua New Guinea
ʌrʌFaita
or Kulsab (Papua New Guinea).
iriyaboFoe
Kutubuan; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
la'aFaka Futuna
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
pa'Fore
Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
sun god DupdeAyiwo (Aiwoo)
Solomon Islands. Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
sanggwa (???)Ankave ()
Papua New Guinea
dyan; tenkanAmbrak
Ambrak is a Torricelli language spoken in the Nuku District of the Sandaun Province in Papua New Guinea.
bwogElepi
Papua New Guinea.
sonaDuduela
Duduela, also known as Uyajitaya, is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
yEnezaKapriman
Kapriman is a Sepik language spoken in East Sepik Province, Papua-New Guinea. Alternative names are Mugumute, Wasare.
uwe meZaDem
Dem (Lem, Ndem) is a possible TransNew Guinea language
yemarEmem
Emumu, or Emem, is an Eastern Pauwasi language of West New Guinea.
yobDambi
Language of Papua New Guinea,
gaDami (Ham)
Papua New Guinea
male; naneDibiyaso-1
Papua New Guinea
male; naneDibiyaso-2
Papua New Guinea
wonakDedua
Dedua is a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
wabliDia
Dia (Alu, Galu, Metru) is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
kEginDimir
Dimir, also known as Bosiken (Boskien) and Gavak, is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
kaNgDanaru
Danaru is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
sinaraDobu
Dobu or Dobuan is an Austronesian language spoken in Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea.
linaDomu
Domu (Dom) is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
iyen; owunEitiep
Papua New Guinea
daβinioAskopan
Askopan (or Eivo) is an East Papuan language of Bougainville, an island to the east of New Guinea.
wopliElkei
Elkei (Olkoi) Papua New Guinea.
tendeSemimi
Semimi, or Etna Bay, is a Papuan language spoken in Papua province of Indonesia.
fala; valaHeyo
a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea
ndaAtemble
Atemble, or Mand, is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
asoPele-Ata
The Ata language, also known as Pele-Ata after its two dialects, or Wasi, is a language isolate spoken on New Britain island, Papua New Guinea.
fo'iDano
Australia & Oceania (???)
fo'iGahuku
Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
gageAsas
Asas, or Kow, is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
temeKaugat
Kaugat (or Atohwaim) is a Papuan language of West Papua.
mapeAmpeeli
Angan; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
soolLukep
Arop-Lokep (also spelled Arop-Lukep) is an Oceanic language spoken by 3,015 people (as of 2000) on four islands in the Siassi chain in the Vitiaz Strait in Papua New Guinea.
metakalAp Ma (Apma)
Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu
ado; andoAnem
The Anem language is a language isolate spoken in five main villages along the northwestern coast of New Britain island, Papua New Guinea.
mbwino; numbioAngoram-4
Angoram, also known as Pondo, is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
mbwinoAngoramKambrindo
Papua New Guinea
numbi:o**Angoram-2
Papua New Guinea
laraAlor
The AlorPantar languages are a family of clearly related Papuan languages spoken on islands of the Alor archipelago near Timor in southern Indonesia.
laraAlorBarahusaKabir
southern Indonesia
laraAlorKalabahi
southern Indonesia
maja'eAomie
A language of Papua New Guinea.
kEwomTaikat
Taikat (Tajkat) or Arso is a Papuan language of Indonesian Papua.
ati; ayre; kaiti**Molmo One
Molmo One is a language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
darik; karemeMakayam
a language of Papua New Guinea
dari:kMakayam-Giribam
a language of Papua New Guinea
dariMakayam-Pisirami-Tagota
a language of Papua New Guinea
wazam**Bilakura
Bilakura is a nearly extinct Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
u:s; usBagupi
Bagupi is a nearly extinct Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
sindaBiyom
Biyom is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
osGobasi
Gobasi, better known as Nomad, is a TransNew Guinea language of New Guinea, spoken in the plains east of the Strickland River.
hoGimi
Gimi (Labogai) is a Papuan language spoken in Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea.
hoAlekano
Alekano, or Gahuku (Gahuku-Gama), is a Papuan language spoken in the northern district of Goroka Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
ahoNggela
Austronesian language family.
ahoNiue (Niuean ?)
Austronesian language family. Australia ond Oceania.
ahoBugotu (Bughotu)
Solomon islands
awoGanglau
Ganglau is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
lavaNaGitua
Gitua is an Austronesian language of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
madega; maigaraUmanakaina
Umanakaina, or Gwedena, is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
adGedaged
Gedaged is an Austronesian language spoken by about 7000 people in coastal villages and on islands in Astrolabe Bay, Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
yeiNiksekGabiano
Niksek is a Sepik language of northern Papua New Guinea. The two dialects, Paka and Gabiano, are rather divergent.
yayNiksekPaka-Setiali
Papua New Guinea
suŋolGants
a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
poGende
Gende (Gendeka, Gene; also Bundi) is a Papuan language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
olopaKandawo
Kandawo, also known as Narake (but see related Narak) is a TransNew Guinea language of Western Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea.
paneFore
a Kainantu-Goroka language spoken in the Goroka District of Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea
eveFuyuge
Fuyug (Fuyuge, Fuyughe, Mafulu) is a language of Papua New Guinea spoken in the Central Province of the country.
asGumalu
Gumalu is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
yubTowangara
Austronesian languages of the Morobe district, Papua.
nasireweYeretuar
Yeretuar, or Goni, is an Austronesian language in its putative Cenderawasih branch from Cenderawasih Bay (Geelvink Bay) in Indonesian Papua.
lauBosman
Bosman (Bosmun, Bosngun) is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea.
nambanBungain
Papua New Guinea.
buwa; linaBinahari
Binahari is a Papuan language of New Guinea
linaBinahari-Mada'a
a Papuan language of New Guinea
mai; taliyePouye
Papua New Guinea
abwiBayono
the north of Papua province, Indonesia.
maihalaBohutu
Buhutu (Bohutu) is an Oceanic language spoken in Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea.
kauwanaBwaidoka
Bwaidoka is an Austronesian language spoken in Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea.
kamBunabun
Brem (Barem), also known as Bunabun, is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
ewaga; imi; veaga; wadiba; weakaBauwaki
Bauwaki (Bawaki) is a Papuan language of New Guinea
sanma**Biwat
Papua New Guinea
pitBuli (in Indonesia**)
South Halmahera - West New Guinea; Austronesian; Asia
53la; ny3la; nyelaYipma
Papua New Guinea
nirala**Qaqet
Papua New Guinea
yaBanaro
anaro is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea.
5eNG~; XECBuang
Mapos Buang, also known as Mapos or Central Buang, is an Oceanic language in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
5eNkMapos
Mapos Buang, also known as Mapos or Central Buang, is an Oceanic language in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea
mENkaxENWagau
Papua New Guinea
itane; iteyu; wodaiKemberanoKalitami-Weriagar
New Guinea
amode; itane; itaniKemberanoBarau-Wariagar
New Guinea
abei; bimuBineSogal-Boze-Gingarede-Kunini
Papua New Guinea
abezi; abuchi; abechiBineSebe-Irupi-Drageli
Papua New Guinea
abezi; abwechiBineMasingle-Tati
Papua New Guinea
nateBonkiman
Papua New Guinea
owaPogaya
Papua New Guinea
mbwino; buio Angoram
Angoram, also known as Pondo, is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
o*so*Kubo
Kubo is a TransNew Guinea language of New Guinea, spoken in the plains of the Strickland River.
hingWest Sela
THe dialect of Korupun (a Papuan language of West Papua).
taliTehit
Tehit is a Papuan language of the Bird's Head Peninsula of New Guinea.
kita; stamariKunimaipa
Kunimaipa is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
tamKayagar
Kayagar (Kajagar, Kaygi, Kaygir, Wiyagar) is a Papuan language of West Papua.
isiroRapoisi
Konua a.k.a. Rapoisi is a language of Bougainville, an island to the east of New Guinea.
hiŋ; isiŋKorupun-SelaIPA
Korupun (Korapun). The Papuan language of West Papua.
pun; tilKalabra
Kalabra is a Papuan language of the Bird's Head Peninsula of New Guinea. It is closest to Tehit.
napui; napuyPahi
Pahi, or Lugitama, is a Sepik language of Sandaun Province, Papua-New Guinea.
momLepki
Lepki is a Papuan language spoken in Western New Guinea
gyom, kyomAlfendio
Papua New Guinea
kyum, tumTapei-Auvim
Tapei is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea. It is close to Nanubae; the name Alfendio was once used for both.
dum, tumNanubae
Papua New Guinea
tumAndai
Spoken in Papua New Guinea Region East Sepik Province Native speakers 400 (2005)
h3p3ham3ndAngor
Angor (Anggor) AKA Senagi is a Senagi language of Papua New Guinea.
osoAgala
Agala (or Fembe) is a TransNew Guinea language of New Guinea, spoken in the plains east of the Strickland River.
habgw~oTainae
Tainae is an Angan language of Papua New Guinea.
seraSiagha
Papua New Guinea
ngusitAwara-Wantoat
one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea
ngusitAwara-Wapu-Leron
one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea
pirarauGirawa
Girawa, also known as Bagasin (Begasin, Begesin), is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
keuBarim
Papua New Guinea
saikiSisiame
southern Papua New Guinea
saiki-opuPirupiru
southern Papua New Guinea
yawiWarkay-Bipim
Bipim, or Warkay-Bipim, is a Papuan language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
ni?**Busa
Northwestern Papua New Guinea
iji; taniMambare River
Papua New Guinea
atanBimin
Papua New Guinea
mauwuru; yagiBikaru
(Bugalu, Pikaru) Papua New Guinea
yageBisorio
Nete, also known as Bisorio, Malamauda, or Iniai, is an Engan language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
dinyaBerinomo (Bitara) Bayamo
Bitara, or Berinomo, is a Sepik language spoken in East Sepik Province, Papua-New Guinea.
faniya; tiniyaBerinomo (Bitara) Kakiru
East Sepik province, Papua-New Guinea
esakha**Bariji
Bariji, or Bareji, is the name of several languages and dialects spoken near the Bariji River in the "tail" of Papua New Guinea
iri; izi; kako; paparo; rakoBaruga
Baruga, also known ambiguously as Bareji, is a Papuan language spoken in Oro Province, in the "tail" of Papua New Guinea.
suana; suaniBinumarien
Eastern Highlands; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
suanaTairoraBinumarien
Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
wehonSomba Siawari
a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
welganYaknge
a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
wehon; welgonBurum-Mindik
a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
alumta; aru:nta; karemeTirio
Papua New Guinea
xaroBola
Bola, or Bakovi, is an Oceanic language of West New Britain in Papua New Guinea.
malelel**Bisis
Bisis is a Sepik language spoken in East Sepik Province, Papua-New Guinea.
sinmaliChambri
Lower Sepik; Lower Sepik-Ramu;
esoBiami
(Piame; Beami; Bedamini) Papua New Guinea.
ado; odoBariai
the northwestern coast of the Island of New Britain in the West New Britain Province of Papua New Guinea.
wosiBaibai
Baibai is one of two Fas languages of Papua New Guinea.
iyo; poponahIlakia
Papua New Guinea
azBiliau
(Awad Gey, Bing, Samang, Semang, Sengam) Papua New Guinea
m3li; mʌ:liPamosu
Pamosu is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
ne; niHuli
Huli is a TransNew Guinea language spoken by the Huli people of the Southern Highlands province of Papua New Guinea.
5a; ɲəIatmul-Brugnowi-Korogo
East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea
ɲaIatmul
Middle Sepik; Sepik; Australia & Oceania
ɲəIatmul-Nyaura
Nyaura (Western) Papua New Guinea
dare; larePurari
Purari is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea. It is also known as Koriki, Evorra, I'ai,Maipua and Namau.
iebodoIdi-Dibolug
a Papuan language spoken in Western Province, Papua New Guinea
yʌbədTame-Idi
a Papuan language spoken in Western Province, Papua New Guinea.
yegeInoke-Yate
Inoke, or Yate (Jate), is a Papuan language spoken in Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea.
kɔmiIrumu
Tuma, or (Upper) Irumu, is of one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
kɔmiTuma-Irumu
Papua New Guinea.
nai; nate Ipili
Ipili is a language of the East New Guinea Highlands in Enga Province, Papua New Guinea.
nibaIpiko
Ipiko (Epai, Higa, Ipikoi) is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea
onaRocky Peak
Papua New Guinea?
i; piIwam
a language of Papua New Guinea.
it; piSepik Iwam
a language of Papua New Guinea.
aŋgiIsabi
Isabi (Maruhia) is a minor Papuan language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
winWest Makian
West Makian (also known as Moi) is the most divergent of the Papuan languages of Halmahera. It is spoken on the coast near Makian Island, and on the western half of that island.
watuMakasae
Makasae (also known as Makassai, Macassai, Ma'asae, Makasai) is a Papuan language spoken by about 70,000 people on the eastern part of East Timor, in the districts of Baucau and Viqueque, just to the west of Fataluku.
watuMakasae Baguia
a Papuan language spoken in the eastern part of Timor-Leste (East Timor)
53; ɲəManambu
Manambu is one of the Ndu languages of Sepik River region of northern Papua New Guinea.
unaʔ; wegiWest Mape
Mape is a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
wegiʔEast Mape
Mape is a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
wim; zE; zeqBargam
Bargam, or Mugil, is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea
h3mu; hʌmuMusar
Papua New Guinea.
col; zoNMangap
The north Papua New Guinea
baidawan; bairawauMapena
Mapena is a language of Papua New Guinea.
igda lonaMantion
Mantion (Manikion), also known as Sougb or Sogh, is a Papuan language of the East Bird's Head language family spoken in East Bird's Head, east of Meyah, south of Manokwari.
emondane; tayKemandoga
Trans-New Guinea
ema ndami:Moni-Voorhoeve
a Papuan language
suwiSilisili
northern Papua New Guinea
suokBubwaf
Austronesian language of the Morobe district, Papua.
suyDunguntung
Austronesian languages of the Morobe district, Papua.
wegoʔ; wena7Migabac
Migabac is a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
giligaDadibi
Dadibi (also Daribi or Karimui) is a language of Papua New Guinea.
afokMianmin
Mian is an Ok language spoken in the Telefomin district of the Sandaun province in Papua New Guinea by the Mian people.
maim; malεMunkip
Munkip (Mungkip) is a nearly extinct Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
sinoL; sobw~aLuMisima-Paneati
Misima-Panaeati, also called Misiman, is an indigenous Austronesian language spoken on the islands of Misima, Panaieti, and the islands of the eastern half of the Calvados Chain of Papua New Guinea.
uhMatepi
Matepi is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
udKorak
a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
o waNeModole
Modole is a Papuan Halmahera language of Indonesia. The language is spoken in several villages in the Kao region on the northern peninsula of the island of Halmahera.
vihiMosimo
Mosimo is a nearly extinct Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
vish~iMurupi
Murupi is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
sinaNaMalasanga
Malasanga or Pano is an Austronesian language spoken by about 900 individuals in two villages on the north coast of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
vaniKoita
Koita (or Koitabu) is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea in the Port Moresby area.
fani; vaniMountain Koiari
Mountain Koiari (Koiali) is a language of Papua New Guinea.
inaMum
Mum, or Katiati, is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
kaəPanoMur
Mur Pano, or simply Pano, is an Austronesian language spoken by about three quarters of the thousand inhabitants of Mur village on the north coast of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
ninafElseng
Elseng (Morwap) is a poorly documented Papuan language spoken by about 300 people (in 1991) in the Indonesian province of Papua.
ngasKara
Kara language, an Austronesian language spoken by people in the Kavieng District, Papua New Guinea.
n?negarKaningra
Kaningra (Kaningara) language is a Sepik language of Papua New Guinea.
hegera (kadepa); daigiTabo
Tabo (or Waia) is a language of the proposed Trans-Fly Bulaka River family in the Western Province of Papua New Guinea, just north of the Fly River delta.
karegeKol
The Kol language is a language spoken in eastern New Britain island, Papua New Guinea.
takayaKwato
Papua New Guinea, Kwato Island
duKrisa
( - Isaka) is the language spoken by the people of the villages of Krisa and Pasi in Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea
mirosiNKomba
a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
sualKovai
Kovai (Kobai, Kowai) is a Papuan language spoken on Umboi Island, halfway between mainland Papua New Guinea and the island of New Britain, and mostly within the caldera of that volcanic island.
doŋkeKoromira
Koromira is an East Papuan language spoken in the mountains of southern Bougainville Province, Papua New Guinea.
banmaKyaimbarang-Miyak
Papua New Guinea
kesare-kopDorro
Dorro (also known as Namo or Mari). Papua New Guinea
siarMeoswar
Meoswar is an Austronesian language of Cenderawasih Bay in the province of Papua, Indonesia.
pim3tiEIrarutu
Irarutu, Irahutu, or Kasira, is an Austronesian language of most of the interior of the Bomberai Peninsula of New Guinea.
usamManem
Manem, or Jeti (Yeti), is a Papuan language of Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea, and Indonesian Papua.
7ajitAasax
The Asa (Aasa) language, commonly rendered Aasax, was spoken by the Asa people of Tanzania.
maraAbasakur
Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
gubu7Adzera
Adzera (also spelled Atzera, Azera, Atsera, Acira) is an Austronesian language spoken by about 30,000 people in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
wotaAgi Agei
Papua New Guinea (?)
iabadaAgob Dabu
Agb, or Dabu, is a Papuan language spoken in Western Province, Papua New Guinea.
homareAheave
Papua New Guinea
atonNakai
Nakai is an Ok language of West Papua.
p3kasNakame
Nakama is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
usNake
Nake is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
ok; uNakwi
Spoken in Papua New Guinea Region East Sepik Province
hiNNalca
Nalca (Naltya, Naltje) is a Papuan language of Papua (province) Indonesia. Alternative names are Hmanggona, Hmonono, Kimjal (Kimyal).
abiardNambo
Papua New Guinea
tumNanubae Imameri
Nanubae (Kapagmai, Aunda) is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea.
dua7Nasioi
Naasioi (also Nasioi, Kieta, Kieta Talk, Aunge) is an East Papuan language spoken in the central mountains and southeast coast of Kieta District, Bougainville Province, Papua New Guinea.
maim Nek
Nek is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
imi Neme
Neme, a variety of the Nambu language of Papua New Guinea
atonNinatie Muyu
West Papua.
alonNinggirum Kawoma
The central region of Papua New Guinea.
wufliy3xNingil
Ningil is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
gon3kNuk
Nuk is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
kaiNukna
Nukna, or Komutu, is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
sabalaSota Kanum
New Guinea ?
woiMekweiKendate
Mekwei (Menggwei) is a Papuan language of Indonesia.
woiMekweiWabron
a Papuan language of Indonesia.
oiMekweiMaribu
a Papuan language of Indonesia.
iAsaro'oMorafo
Asaro'o, or Morafa, is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
iMolet Mur
Papua New Guinea.
iMolet Kasu
Papua New Guinea.
teluMoraid
Moraid is a Papuan language of the Bird's Head Peninsula of New Guinea.
neiMolof
Molof (Ampas, Poule) is a Papuan language spoken by about 200 people.
dzowa (zawa)Mombum
Mombum, or Kemelom (Komolom), is a TransNew Guinea language spoken on Yos Sudarso Island (Kolopom Island) in West New Guinea.
siu; siwukMusom
Musom is an Austronesian language of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
i;nʌpMoresada
Moresada is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
wagoʔMomare
Momare is a moribund Papuan language of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
anʌlε (an3lE)Munit
Munit is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
akinMurik-Kupar
Papua New Guinea, East Sepik Province
akh~unMurik
Papua New Guinea, East Sepik Province Murik aka Nor is a Lower Sepik language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
akunMurikKarau
Papua New Guinea, East Sepik Province, Karau village
kumMaiwa-Manaeo
Maiwa () is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
kumMoraori
Moraori (Marori, Moaraeri, Morori, Morari) is a TransNew Guinea language
kum; tariMaiwa-Galeva-Kwateva-Pue
a Papuan language of New Guinea (the United Provinces of Galeva)
kamuMalas
Malas is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
kamKaron Pantai
Papua New Guinea (- )
kamAbun
Abun, also known as Yimbun, A Nden, Manif, or Karon, is a West Papuan language of New Guinea.
biyé; kitiNGoliath
Una, better known as Goliath, is a Papuan language of West Papua.
worMunggui
Munggui is an Austronesian language spoken in Papua Province of Western New Guinea, northeastern Indonesia.
weN; we:ŋBoroŋ
Papua New Guinea
weNKosorong
Kosorong is a Papuan language spoken in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. Dialects are Borong and Yangeborong.
mauMeninggo
Meninggo, or Moskona or Sabena, is a Papuan language of the north coast of Papua, Indonesia.
alemu; alimYelmek
Yelmek, also known as Jelmek, Jelmik or Jab, is a language of the proposed Trans-Fly Bulaka River family in West Papua.
gabudara; maigaraJimajima (Dima)
a Papuan language of New Guinea.
ygeKamano
- ?
cuwwo; dzuwoKoneraw
Koneraw is a TransNew Guinea language spoken in West New Guinea.
kaŋe; koŋkoKanum
New Guinea
younKaras
Karas is a divergent TransNew Guinea language spoken on the biggest of the Karas Islands off the Bomberai Peninsula, that appears to be most closely related to the West Bomberai languages.
taidEnKehu
Kehu (Keu) is an unclassified and nearly extinct language of New Guinea.
wafNabi
Nabi (Nambi), a.k.a. Metan, is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
mɔʌMoere
Moere is a nearly extinct Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
nimbeJuwal
Juwal a.k.a. Muniwara is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea. Other names are Mambe and Tumara ~ Tumaru.
caut ika; tsaut; tsaut ikaMonumbo
Monumbo is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
dewe; dewi wesiwoMoi
Moi (Mekwei) is a Papuan language of the Bird's Head Peninsula of New Guinea.
sinaNAiklep
Papua New Guinea
tanAiku
Papua New Guinea
atonNakai
Nakai is an Ok language of West Papua.
atonNinatie Muyu
West Papua.
tumNanubae Imameri
Nanubae (Kapagmai, Aunda) is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea.
p3kasNakame
Nakama is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
usNake
Nake is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
ok; uNakwi
Spoken in Papua New Guinea Region East Sepik Province
hiNNalca
Nalca (Naltya, Naltje) is a Papuan language of Papua (province) Indonesia. Alternative names are Hmanggona, Hmonono, Kimjal (Kimyal).
abiardNambo
Papua New Guinea
dua7Nasioi
Naasioi (also Nasioi, Kieta, Kieta Talk, Aunge) is an East Papuan language spoken in the central mountains and southeast coast of Kieta District, Bougainville Province, Papua New Guinea.
maim Nek
Nek is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
imi Neme
Neme, a variety of the Nambu language of Papua New Guinea
alonNinggirum Kawoma
The central region of Papua New Guinea.
wufliy3xNingil
Ningil is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
gon3kNuk
Nuk is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
kaiNukna
Nukna, or Komutu, is one of the Finisterre languages of Papua New Guinea.
meleNumanggang
Numanggang (Manggang) is a language of Papua New Guinea.
iyep Nungon
a Papuan language of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea
heyopPatep
Papua New Guinea
anNyindrou
The Nyindrou language is a West Manus language spoken by approximately 4200 people in the westernmost part of Manus Island, Manus Province of Papua New Guinea.
amPanim
Panim is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
o*sOibae
A language of Papua New Guinea
EpliOlo Eretei
Papua New Guinea
EpliOlo Lumi
Papua New Guinea
EpliOlo Yebil
Papua New Guinea
suwo7Onank
Papua New Guinea
ayreOne Inebu
Papua New Guinea
reraOnin
Onin is a minor Austronesian language of the Onin Peninsula of Bomberai, Indonesian Papua.
laOnjob
Onjob is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
hareOpao
Opao is a TransNew Guinea language of Papua New Guinea.
yakraOrya
Oriya may refer to: Oriya language (India); nei?aa - Orya language (New Guinea).
5iNarOsum
Papua New Guinea.
budivaOuma
Ouma is an extinct Austronesian language of Papua New Guinea.
watliBeli
Papua New Guinea
lopaNarak
Papua New Guinea
warE3maParawen
Parawen is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
ginePare Png
the central part of Papua New Guinea
neniParuwa
Papua New Guinea
siaPawaia
Pawaia, also known as Sira, Tudahwe, Yasa, is a Papuan language
otEmPay
Pay, or Mala, is a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
iN3rPaynamar
Paynamar, or Manat, is a divergent Madang language spoken in the Adelbert Range of Papua New Guinea.
so7orePetoe Uaripi
Papua New Guinea
yeiPiame
Piame is a Sepik language of northern Papua New Guinea.
ond~omPila
Pila may refer to: Yom language or Pilapila, is a Gur language of Benin. Maia language, a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
laharoNakanai 2
Papua New Guinea
5aNyaura
Papua New Guinea
holoOnabasulu
(Onobasulu) a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
holokSeleput
Papua New Guinea
warE3maParawen
Parawen is a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
heyopPatep
Papua New Guinea
poariPila
Pila may refer to: Yom language or Pilapila, is a Gur language of Benin. Maia language, a Papuan language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
bEsakPiu
Piu is an Oceanic language in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
EsEPoko Rawo
a language of Papua New Guinea
inaPondoma
Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
hEmeiPulabu
Pulabu is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
mo Pyramid Wodo
Papua New Guinea
k3lo (g3lo)Rao
Rao is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea. In older literature it was called Annaberg.
virRapting
Rapting is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
ahRempi
Rempi is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
kumoNRerau
Rerau is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
kaizapRoinji
Roinji is a minor Austronesian languages of northern Papua New Guinea.
dEvidEoRotokas
Rotokas is a North Bougainville language spoken by about 4,320 people on the island of Bougainville, an island located to the east of New Guinea which is part of Papua New Guinea.
awoSaep
Saep is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
bwogSamap
Samap (or Kaiep) ?? is one of three Kairiru languages spoken in East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea.
harisiaSamarokena Tomayo
Papua New Guinea (on the east part of island)
sayebSambio
Papua New Guinea
vesiSamosa
Samosa is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea
pooybESanio
Sanio, or more precisely Saniyo-Hiyewe, is a Sepik language of northern Papua New Guinea.
usiSaruga
Saruga is a Madang language of Papua New Guinea.
nateSau
Samberigi language, spoken in Papua New Guinea.(?)
wErESausi
Sausi is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
lasanSalawati Maaya
Papua New Guinea (the western part of island)
woSerui-laut
Serui-Laut, or Arui, is an Austronesian language spoken on Serui Island of the Ambai Islands, in Western New Guinea, Indonesia.
w3lwaNamia
Namia (Namie, Nemia) is a Sepik language spoken in Sandaun Province, Papua-New Guinea.
ok; uNimo Nakwi
Nimo (Nimo-Wasawai) is a Left May language of New Guinea, in Sandaun Province. Nimo and Wasawai are two of the villages inhabited by speakers of this language. It is close to Nakwi.
erputhurPeremka
Kunja (Kancha), also known as Lower Morehead or Peremka, is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
r3maPinai Hagahai Aramo
Hagahai, also known as Pinai, is one of two languages of the Piawi family of New Guinea.
r3maPinai Hagahai Pinai
New Guinea
erputhurPeremka
Kunja (Kancha), also known as Lower Morehead or Peremka, is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
r3maPinai Hagahai Aramo
Hagahai, also known as Pinai, is one of two languages of the Piawi family of New Guinea.
r3maPinai Hagahai Pinai
New Guinea
taleSeget
Seget is a Papuan language of the Bird's Head Peninsula of New Guinea.
is3Sumau
Sumau, also known as Garia (Kari), is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
kiSuroi
Siroi (Suroi) is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea
s3mariTabriak
Tabriak, also known as Karawari or Yokoim, is one of the Lower Sepik languages of Papua New Guinea.
paparoTafota Baruga
Baruga, also known ambiguously as Bareji, is a Papuan language spoken in Oro Province, in the "tail" of Papua New Guinea. The four rather divergent dialects are Tafota, Daghoro, Bareji, Mado.
arawerTaiap
Taiap (also called Gapun, after the name of the village in which it is spoken) is an endangered language isolate spoken by around a hundred people in the East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea.
tamTamagario
Tamagario is a Papuan language of West Papua.
tafukTamahaq Tahaggart
Tamagario is a Papuan language of West Papua.
adTakia
Takia is an Austronesian language spoken on Karkar Island, Bagabag Island, and coastal villages Megiar and Serang, Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
laTakuu Mortlock
Takuu (also Mortlock, Taku, Tau, or Tauu) is a Polynesian language spoken on the atoll of Takuu, near Bougainville Island. It is very closely related to Nukumanu and Nukuria from Papua New Guinea
katTami
Tami is an Austronesian language on the Tami Islands and in a few villages at the tip of the Huon Peninsula in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
garTanggu
Tanggu (Tangu, Tanggum) is a Ramu language of Papua New Guinea.
aranTangko
Tangko is a somewhat divergent Ok language of West Papua.
moTangma Dani
Papua New Guinea
seiiTao Suamato
Papua New Guinea.
tumTapei Angarat
Papua New Guinea
umSumararu
a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea.
vataveTauade
Tauade is a Papuan language of New Guinea.
vanuaTaulil
Taulil is a Papuan language spoken in East New Britain Province on the island of New Britain, Papua New Guinea.
NamaliSepa
Papua New Guinea
sareSepoe
Papua New Guinea
kepliSeta
Seta is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
kof3niSeti
Seti is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
kw3nja; nilya (?)Simbari
Simbari or Chimbari, is an Angan language of Papua New Guinea.
xahiSinagen
Sinagen, or Galu, is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
g3gie; 3si (?)Sinsauru
Sinsauru, or Kow, is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
kariSio
Sio is an Austronesian language spoken by about 3,500 people on the north coast of the Huon Peninsula in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
yabEraSipoma
Sipoma (also known as Siboma or Numbami) is an Austronesian language spoken by about 200 people with ties to a single village in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
siwukSirak
Sirak, also known as Nafi, is an Austronesian language of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
dENSongum
Sam, or Songum, is a Rai Coast language spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.
waSrenge
(or Aruop) is a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea.
kamgu; ki sariSuki
Suki is a language spoken by about 3500 people several miles inland along the Fly River in southwestern Papua New Guinea.
kolkh~aSulka
Sulka is a possible language isolate scattered across the eastern end of New Britain island, Papua New Guinea.
kuriRasawa
Rasawa is a Papuan language of Indonesia.
lowRatahan
Ratahan is an Austronesian language of northern Sulawesi, Indonesia.
menoNwaRiantana
Riantana, or Kimaam, is a language spoken on Yos Sudarso Island in Papua province, Indonesia.
sobeSaberi
Isirawa (Saberi) is a Papuan language spoken by about two thousand people on the north coast of Papua province, Indonesia.
atapSawuj
Sawi language may refer to: Sawi language (Papuan), a language of West Papua, Indonesia.
panonpoeSundanese
Sundanese is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by the Sundanese. It has approximately 39 million native speakers in the western third of Java (Indonesia)
soningTabla
Tabla (one of two Papuan languages also known as Tanah Merah) is spoken on the coast of Tanahmerah Bay, close to Jayapura, in northern Papua (Indonesia).
suTabla
Papua, Indonesia
egediPuragi
Puragi is a Papuan language of the Bird's Head Peninsula of West Papua.
wangere ma la7oSahu
Sahu (Sau, Sahuu, Sau) is a Papuan Halmahera language.
Sum (Sam)Sauri
Sauri is a Papuan language of the Indonesian province of Papua, on the eastern shore of Cenderawasih Bay.
wadiya; wadiSawila
Sawila, or Tanglapui, is a Papuan language of the Alor Archipelago.
marakSirasira
Austronesian languages of the Morobe district, Papua.
tegiSuabo
Suabo (Suabau), also known as Inanwatan, is a Papuan language of West Papua.
gubuakSukurum
Austronesian languages of the Morobe district, Papua.
orobiaTandia
Tandia is a nearly extinct Austronesian language in the putative Cenderawasih (Geelvink Bay) family of Indonesian Papua.
misiama; misiavoTaurap
The Burmeso language, also known as Taurap, is spoken by some 300 people along the mid Mamberamo River in Papua province, Indonesia.
kw~oKelinga
Kalinga is a dialect continuum of Kalinga Province in the Philippines
iziHunjara-Kaina Ke
Trans-New Guinea
paniImbongu
New Guinea. Oceania
solChavacano
a Spanish-based creole language spoken in the Philippines. Asia
snagIsinai
Isinai (also spelled Isinay) is a Northern Luzon language primarily spoken in Nueva Vizcaya province in the northern Philippines.
aluNan; mata hari; sinaNMoro Magindanau
Maguindanaon is an Austronesian language spoken by majority of the population of Maguindanao province in the Philippines.
bilag; mataDibagat-Kabugao-Isneg
northern Philippines
malitiBiga
Biga is a heavily Papuan-influenced Austronesian language spoken in West Papua in the south of the island of Misool
tigiDuriankere
Duriankere is an endangered Papuan language of West Papua.
waNe malako Galela
North Halmaheran; West Papuan; Asia
ayo; isieBrat
The Ayamaru language, or Mai Brat, is spoken by the Ayamaru people in the many villages around the Ayamaru Lakes on the Bird's Head Peninsula of West Papua.
naniuBilua
Bilua; Solomons East Papuan; Australia & Oceania
nanuBilua-Ndovele
Bilua is the most populous Papuan language spoken in the Solomon Islands
keminake; kimina; namaIha
Iha (Kapaur) is a Papuan language spoken on the tip of the Bomberai Peninsula.
raAnuta
Solomon Islands
sinaKwaio
The Kwaio language, or Koio, is spoken in the centre of Malaita Island in the Solomon Islands.
icmenSanta Cruz
The Santa Cruz language (locally known as Natugu) is the main language spoken on the island of Santa Cruz, in the Solomon Islands.
iSmen; tankRumsen
.
icmen(Tewa) Santa Clara
USA
icmenSan Francisco
USA
icmenMonterey
???
hicmenSan Jose
San Jose language may refer to: Tamyen language (California). Guamo language (Venezuela).
aeveTeanu
This language is spoken in Vanikoro (Solomon Islands).
kuiLavukaleve
Solomon Islands
ga7aRennell-Belona
Rennell-Belona is a Futunic language spoken in the Solomon Islands.
andewWestern Bukidnon Manobo
Southern Bukidnon Province, the Philippines.
soObokuitai
Obokuitai (Obogwitai) is a Lakes Plain language of Irian Jaya, Indonesia. It is named after Obogwi village. Sikaritai, Obokuitai, and Eritai constitute a dialect cluster.
suEdopi ( Dosobou, Dou, Doufou, Elopi, Foi, Iau, Turu, Urundi, Ururi, Yau)
Indonesia
leaKayeli
Kayeli is an extinct Austronesian language once used by the Kayeli people of the Indonesian island Buru. Two dialects were recognized, namely Leliali (Liliali) and Lumaete (Lumaiti, Mumaite, Lumara).
oleoTolaki Wiwirano
Indonesia
oloNorthern Tukang Besi
Tukang Besi is an Austronesian language spoken in the Tukangbesi Islands in southeast Sulawesi in Indonesia by a quarter million speakers.
alloMandar
Mandar (also Andian, Manjar, Mandharsche) is an Austronesian language spoken by the Mandar ethnic group living in West Sulawesi province of Indonesia
loLemerig
Lemerig (sometimes also called Pak, Pak, or Sasar) is an Oceanic language spoken on Vanua Lava, in Vanuatu. Lemerig is no longer actively spoken. The 2 remaining speakers live on the northern coast of the island.
alNamakura
The Makura language, Namakura or Namakir, is an Oceanic language of Vanuatu.
alSouth Efate Pango
Central Vanuatu, Melanesia
alMalua Bay Petarmur
an Oceanic language spoken in northwest Malekula, Vanuatu.
lo; na-loMwotlap
Mwotlap (formerly known as Motlav) is an Oceanic language spoken by about 2,100 people in Vanuatu.
alLarevat
Larevat is an Oceanic language of central Malekula, Vanuatu.
alLingarak
Lingarak, also known as Neverver, is an Oceanic language. Neverver is spoken in Malampa Province, in central Malekula, Vanuatu.
alNaman
Litzlitz, also known as Naman, is an endangered Oceanic language of central Malekula, Vanuatu.
alMalfaxal
Alternate names: Malvaxal-Toman Island, Naha'ai, Taman, Tomman. Where spoken: Vanuatu.
alMae
Mae: North Small Nambas. Where spoken: Vanuatu.
alOrap
Vanuatu ?
alMpotovoro
Mpotovoro is an Oceanic language spoken at the north tip of Malekula, Vanuatu.
elMalua Bay
Malua Bay is an Oceanic language spoken in northwest Malekula, Vanuatu.
elMaragus
Maragus is a nearly extinct Oceanic language of central Malekula, Vanuatu.
ale; metenialDixon Reef
Dixon Reef is one of the Malekula Interior languages of Vanuatu.
niauBieria
Bieria, or Vovo (Wowo), is an Oceanic language spoken on Epi Island, in Vanuatu.
mw~ere5oBaki
Baki is an Oceanic language spoken on Epi Island, in Vanuatu.
mara biniaBierebo
Bierebo (or Bonkovia-Yevali) is an Oceanic language spoken on Epi Island, in Vanuatu.
mara wi5aBierebo Burupika
Vanuatu
m3r3 xainBierebo Tavio
Vanuatu
mEraiLamenu
Lamenu is an Oceanic language spoken on Epi Island, in Vanuatu.
mariEPort Sandwich
Port Sandwich, or Lamap, is an Oceanic language spoken in southeast Malekula, Vanuatu, on the eastern tip of the island.
meriarAxamb
Axamb (or Ahamb) is an Oceanic language spoken in South Malakula, Vanuatu.
metialMaskelynes
Maskelynes, or Kuliviu, is an Oceanic language spoken on the Maskelyne Islets off south Malekula, Vanuatu.
meiPolonombauk
Polonombauk is a language of the interior of the southeast of Santo Island in Vanuatu.
maiButmas
Butmas, also Butmas-Tur or Farafi, is a language of the interior of Santo Island in Vanuatu.
xi3Hiw
Hiw (sometimes spelled Hiu) is an Oceanic language spoken on the island of Hiw, in the Torres Islands of Vanuatu.
ne8enmiLorediakarkar
Vanuatu
nd~aeLewo Filakara
Lewo is an Oceanic language spoken on Epi Island, in Vanuatu.
ialNorth Ambrym Fonah
a language of Ambrym Island, Vanuatu.
alSouth Efate Erakor
Central Vanuatu, Melanesia
alSouth Efate Eratap
Central Vanuatu, Melanesia
yalNorth Ambrym Ranon
a language of Ambrym Island, Vanuatu.
yalSa
North-Central Vanuatu (an Oceanic language spoken on Small Malaita and Ulawa Island in the Solomon Islands)
yelRepanbitip
Repanbitip is one of the Malekula Interior languages of Vanuatu.
alRano
Uripiv, or more precisely Uripiv-Wala-Rano-Atchin, is a language spoken on Vanuatu. (?)
nalSouth West Bay Benour
Malayo Polynesian (to the East from Australia)
nalSouth West Bay Lembinwen
Malayo Polynesian (to the East from Australia)
yaDakaka
Daakaka (also known as Dakaka, South Ambrym and Baiap) is a native language of Ambrym, Vanuatu (the south-western corner of the island).
mas; masuNarango
Narango is an Oceanic language spoken on the south coast of Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
8asneLabo Windua
Vanuatu
reaFila
Fila is a Polynesian language spoken in Mele Ifira on the island of Efate in Vanuatu
reaMele
Mele is a Polynesian language spoken in Mele on the island of Efate in Vanuatu
arRerep
The Rerep language is one of the great many languages of the Malekula Coast group spoken in Vanuatu.
natamasRoria
Roria is an Oceanic language spoken in central Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
sialSeke
Seke might be: The Seki language of Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. The Thakali language of Nepal. The Ske language of Pentecost Island, Vanuatu.
natanmi (mi)Shark Bay 1
The Shark Bay language is one of the East Santo languages group of languages. It is spoken on Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu.
meten eaiSoutheast Ambrym Maat
Vanuatu
meten iaiSoutheast Ambrym Toak
Vanuatu
rukw~ehiaSouthwest Tanna Enfitana
the southwestern coast of Tanna Island in Vanuatu (to the East from Australia)
rukw~eaSouthwest Tanna Ikiti
the language on the south part of Vanuatu island
lukw~aheaSouthwest Tanna Ikiyau
the language on the south part of Vanuatu island
m3lSouthwest Tanna Imreang
the language on the south part of Vanuatu island
m3lSouthwest Tanna Lapwangtoai
the language on the south part of Vanuatu island
mazakalSowa
Sowa was the original language of south-central Pentecost island in Vanuatu
nata masoaTambotalo
Tambotalo, or Biliru, is a nearly extinct Oceanic language spoken in a single village in the southeast of Espiritu Santo Island in Vanuatu.
raeLewo Mate
Indonesia
raeLewo Nul
Indonesia
v3ir; w3yDuvle
Duvle (Sikwari) is a Lakes Plain language of Irian Jaya, Indonesia.
araApiaca
Apiaca is a Tupi language of the Apiaca people of the upper Rio Tapajos area of Mato Grosso, Brazil.
kw~aiFayuSehudate
a Lakes Plain language of Papua Province, Indonesia
kw~arAva Canoeiro
Ava-Canoeiro, known as Ava or Canoe, is a minor TupiGuaran language of the state of Goias, in the Amazon region of Brazil.
kw~araAmondava
(another name is uru-eu-uau-uau) Brazil
kw~araParintintin
The Parintintin are an indigenous people who live in Brazil in the Madeira River basin.
kw~arahiGuarani Antigo
Paraguay,
kw~arahiKaiwa
Kaiwa is a Tupi-Guarani language of South America. It is spoken by around 18,000 people in Brazil and Argentina.
kw~arah3Akwawa
Akwwa is a TupiGuarani dialect cluster spoken in Par in western Brazil.
kw~arah3Guajajara
Tupi-Guarani; Tupian; South America
kw~arah3Surui do Para
The Surui do Para dialect of the Tupian Akwawa language of Brazil is spoken in the Araguaia region in the state Para
kw~arah3aParakana
Brazil
kw~ala3Emerillon
Tupi-Guarani; Tupian; South America
q“exAguacateco
A Mayan language spoken in Guatemala.
q“exAguacatecoAguacatan
A Mayan language spoken in Guatemala.
kw~atAweti
one of the Tupian languages of Central Brazil.
kw~atKamayura
The Kamayura language belongs to the TupiGuarani family, and is spoken by the Kamayura people of Brazil
kw~atAsurini
Tupi-Guarani; Tupian; South America
kw~atKayabi
Kayabi (Caiabi) is a Tupian language spoken by the Kayabi people of Mato Grosso, Brazil.
karahiArawete
Arawete is a TupiGuaran language of the state of Amazonas, in the Amazon region of Brazil.
kw~arosiOmagua
Peru and by a number of semi-speakers near the town of Tefe in Brazil
kw~arasiPankararu
Pankararu is an extinct language of eastern Brazil.
k3towEqOfaye
(Ofaie-Xavante, Ofaye, Ofaye-Xavante, Opaie-Shavante, Opaye) , -, , --- ( , ) Brazil
k'uAcateco San Miguel Acatan
Akatek (Acateco) is a Mayan language spoken by the Akatek people primarily in the Huehuetenango Department, Guatemala in and around the municipalities of Concepcin Huista, Nentn, San Miguel Acatan...
kuad3Yuruna
Alternate Names: Iuruna, Jaruna, Yudja, Yudya. Brazil.
kadiKuruaya
Kuruaya is a nearly extinct Tupian language in the Amazon region of Brazil.
kuaiFayu
a Lakes Plain language of Papua Province, Indonesia
Nxw$ariauFoau
The Foau language, Abawiri, also known as Doa, is a Lakes Plain language of Irian Jaya, Indonesia
woAnsus
Indonesia. The east side of Geelvink Bay, in a single village which has a majority of Ansus speakers.
manasAtoni
The Atoni (also known as the Atoin Meto or Dawan) people are an ethnic group on Timor, in Indonesian West Timor and the East Timorese enclave of Oecussi-Ambeno. They number around 844,030. Their language is Uab Meto.
manasBaikenu
(Ambeno, Ambenu, Baikeno, Biqueno) , Indonesia.
ledoBilba
Bilba (Belubaa) is a Central Malayo-Polynesian language of Roti Island, off Timor, Indonesia.
soBiritai
Biritai (Biri) is a Lakes Plain language of Irian Jaya, Indonesia.
tigyabo; tigyavoAwera
Awera is a Lakes Plain language of Irian Jaya, Indonesia.
seraSjiagha
Shiaxa (Sjiagha), also known as Jenimu (Yenimu, possibly a dialect) and Awyu, is a Papuan language of Papua, Indonesia.
wagiAtayal
Indonesia
hotBunak
The Bunak language (also known as Bunaq, Buna, Bunake) is the language of the Bunak people of the mountainous region of central Timor (Indonesia)
abwinuAwbono
Indonesia
tsitalAmis (Kiwit)
Indonesia
sinaArosi
Indonesia
saldanBikol
Indonesia
esarMawesDai
a Papuan language of Indonesia.
esarMawesWares
a Papuan language of Indonesia (the village Wares).
swaboKaptiau
Kaptiau (Kapitiauw) is an Austronesian language spoken on the eastern north coast of Papua province, Indonesia.
yanKawe
Indonesia
wati; vataveAfoa
The Afoa language may refer to: Kafoa language or Jafoo, a Papuan language of Alor Island in the Alor archipelago of Indonesia. (???)
sipoNafri
Nafri is a Papuan language of Papua, Indonesia.
moNggem
A language of Indonesia.
uaiNimboran
Nimboran (Nambrong) is a Papuan language of Indonesia spoken by mostly older adults.
nikiKapore
Indonesia ?
hurra; wirendomuKaladdarsch
Other names for the Kaladdarsch language: (Kimaama, Kimaghama, Kimaghima, Teri-Kalwasch). Indonesia, Eastern Papua
epdai; repdaiKurudu
Kurudu is an Eastern Yapen languages dialect of the Malayo-Polynesian languages, in Papua Province of Western New Guinea, northeastern Indonesia.
era; hurraKimaghama
Kimaama, or Kimaghama, is a language spoken on Yos Sudarso Island in Papua province, Indonesia.
weri Nedebang
Nedebang is a Papuan language spoken in the villages of Balungada and Baulang in the eastern district of Pantar island in the Alor archipelago of Indonesia.
fe:d; werKabola
spoken on the island of Alor in Indonesia
fEdAdang
The Adang language is spoken on the island of Alor in Indonesia.
fEdKabolaHamap
dialect of Kabola (Indonesia)
fedKabolaPitumbang
dialect of Kabola (Indonesia)
fadAdang Pitung
Another name is Alor. A Papuan language spoken on the Island of Alor East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.
wedBlagar
Blagar is a Papuan language of Pantar island in the Alor archipelago of Indonesia.
wedBlagarApuri Pura
Indonesia
wedBlagarBakalang
Indonesia
vedBlagarLimarahing
Indonesia
vEdKabolaAimoli
dialect of Kabola (Indonesia)
wen Ndom 2
Ndom is a language spoken on Yos Sudarso Island in Papua province, Indonesia.
wEsLammaBiangwala
Dialect of Western Pantar language (western part of Pantar island in the Alor archipelago of Indonesia.)
tetMandobo Bawah
A language of Indonesia (Papua).
vitBlagarRetta Pura
Indonesia
vidBlagarRetta Ternate
Indonesia
woyKemtuik
Kemtuik (Kamtuk) is a Papuan language of Indonesia. It is very close to Gresi.
uwasLammaKalondama
A language of Indonesia
uruKafoa
Kafoa, or Jafoo, is a Papuan language of Alor Island in the Alor archipelago of Indonesia.
atonKataut
(. : North Muyu, Kati-Ninanti, Moejoe, Niinati, Ninatie, North, North Kati, Yonggom, Yongkom, Yongom) Indonesia (Papua)
widiKolana
The Wersing language, also known as Kolana after its primary dialect, is spoken in scattered settlements around the coast of Alor in Indonesia.
abiyKwerba
Kwerba is a Papuan language of Indonesia. It goes by various names: Airmati (Armati), Koassa, Mataweja, Naibedj, Segar Tor, Tekutameso.
m3di; m?diʔKelon
Kelon (or Kalong, Kelong, Klon, Klon Bring, Klon Paneia, Kolon), is a Papuan language of the western tip of Alor Island in the Alor archipelago of East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.
eruengKampong Baru
Indonesia
lyahanLaganyan
Indonesia
oNe ma lokoLoda
Indonesia
marari; wasLamma
Western Pantar, also known by the name of one of its dialects, Lamma, is a Papuan language spoken in the western part of Pantar island in the Alor archipelago of Indonesia.
m3rayinaLewo Mapremo
Indonesia
mraiLewo Nikaura
Indonesia
toparuLewo Nuvi
Indonesia
mowaMeax
Meax (Meyah) is a Papuan language on the north coast of Papua, Indonesia.
leaBuru
Buru or Buruese (Indonesian: Bahasa Buru) is a Malayo-Polynesian languages of the Central Maluku branch. Indonesian island of Buru.
NanEast Makian
Taba (also known as East Makian or Makian Dalam) is a Malayo-Polynesian language of the South Halmahera West New Guinea group. It is spoken mostly on the islands of Makian, Kayoa and southern Halmahera in North Maluku province of Indonesia
NNanNgofagita
Indonesia
NNanNgofakiaha
Indonesia
NNanPeleri Samsuma
Indonesia
NNanSoma
Indonesia
NNanTahane
Indonesia
NNanMailoa
Indonesia
iki (?)Momina
Indonesia.
winBobawa
Indonesia
winMalapa
Southern Sulawesi (Indonesia)
winNgofabobawa
Indonesia
winTafasoho
Tafasoho is within Indonesia and is nearby to Talapao and Babawa.
winTagono
Indonesia
winTalapao
Talapao is within Indonesia and is nearby to Tafasoho and Babawa.
winSabale
Indonesia
waNePagu
Pagu, named after one of its dialects, is a Papuan Halmahera language of Indonesia.
woPapuma
Papuma is an Eastern Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in Papua Province of Western New Guinea, northeastern Indonesia.
woPapuma
Papuma is an Eastern Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in Papua Province of Western New Guinea, northeastern Indonesia.
woPom
Pom is an Eastern Malayo-Polynesian language spoken on Miosnum Island in Cenderawasih Bay west of Serui Island, in Papua Province of Western New Guinea, northeastern Indonesia.
wasSar Indonesia
Indonesia
haweWosi
(Indonesia)
riamatanjoNusa Laut
Nusa Laut is an Austronesian language spoken on the island of the same name in the Moluccas in eastern Indonesia.
amanaOrmu
Ormu is an Austronesian language spoken in Jayapura Bay in Papua province, Indonesia.
kulaqPanasuan
Panasuan is a small Austronesian language of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
keigjiPapasena
Papasena is a Lakes Plain language of Irian Jaya, Indonesia.
yohlPatani
Patani is an Austronesian language of southern Halmahera, Indonesia.
yohlPatani
Patani is an Austronesian language of southern Halmahera, Indonesia.
ria matanjoSaparua Haria
Haria is one of the 17 villages on the island of Saparua, Maluku, Indonesia.
rijamatanSepa Indonesia
Sepa is a language spoken in Maluku, Indonesia
rijamatanTaluti
Indonesia
lijamatanTaluti Laimu
Indonesia
lijamatanTaluti Tamilouw
Indonesia
liamatannoSaparua Ihamahu
Indonesia
liamatanSaparua Ouw
Indonesia
aurorEiSaponi
Saponi is an extinct Papuan language of Indonesia.
NanNanSawai
The Sawai language (also Weda) is spoken in Weda and Gane Timor districts of southern Halmahera, northern Maluku Province, Indonesia.
eo Sedoa
Sedoa is a language of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.
wetiTanahmerah
Indonesia
5im; nemBaba Malay
Malaysia, Asia (almost extinct).
ebaka ukaha7oEnggano (Engganese)
, is the poorly known language of Enggano Island off the southwestern coast of Sumatra.
arawIbatan
The Ibatan (Ivatan) is an Austronesian language spoken in the Batanes Islands.
jinmurgaGuragone
Gurr-goni, also spelled Guragone, Gorogone, Gun-Guragone, Gunagoragone, Gungorogone, Gurrogone, Gutjertabia, is an Australian Aboriginal language spoken in Arnhem Land.
pitKungarakany
Kungarakany (Gunerakan, Gungaragan, Gungarakanj, Kangarraga, Kungarakan) is an extinct Australian language spoken in the Northern Territory.
perepa; perepana; ruaBuin
East Bougainville;East Bougainville; Australia & Oceania
8urduGunya Guwamu
an extinct Australian Aboriginal language
8urdi; dudiGuwamu
an extinct Australian Aboriginal language
burguGeynyan
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
burgu; yalganYugambeh-Minyangbal-Ngarahkwai
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
durduBidyara
(Bidjara, Pitjara) an extinct Australian Aboriginal language
5a; naBoiken
Middle Sepik; Sepik; Australia & Oceania
ganir; gariBiri
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
elet; alo; suliCarolinian
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
teatCemuhi
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
s3nmaliChambriKilimbit
Australia & Oceania
mbilBuma
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
mupui (?)Angor (Anggor)
Senagi; Australia & Oceania
alenNe; xirkaArrernte, Eastern
(Mparntwe) Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
allunga; arlunyaArrernte
Australian; Australia & Oceania
wepni; wupli; yamAu
Wapei-Palei; Torricelli; Australia & Oceania
kwi; te; tei Aekyom
Awin-Pare; Australia & Oceania
saiki; soikiBamu Kiwai
Kiwaian; Kiwaian; Australia & Oceania
yalgan; jiruBandjalang
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
yalganBandjalang (Waalubal)
(Waalubal-Kambuwal) Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
yalganGidabal-Winjabal
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
diyoNai
Kwomtari; Kwomtari-Baibai; Australia & Oceania
yurnoBanggarla
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
yuntuAdynyamathanha
Adnyamathanha (or Yura Ngarwala) is an Australian Aboriginal language
tiniyaBahinemo
Sepik Hill; Sepik; Australia & Oceania
okobaImonda
Border; Border; Australia & Oceania
of; opoKaluli
Bosavi; Bosavi; Australia & Oceania
muda; ŋal-benbeBininj Gun-WokKune
Gunwinygic; Australian; Australia & Oceania
löanga; pitalaHalia
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
arawerGapun
Australia & Oceania
are; oriGolin
Chimbu; Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
m3rieAxambAvok
an Oceanic language
wuNarKuku-Yalanji
Pama-Nyungan; Australian; Australia & Oceania
etinAxambMaxbaxo
an Oceanic language
tiDubea
Ndrumbea, variously spelled Ndumbea, Dubea, Drubea and Paita, is a New Caledonian language.
maxaAjie
Aji (also known as Bakla (beki), Wai, and Ajie) is an Oceanic language spoken in New Caledonia.
sinakaMussau-Emira
The Mussau-Emira language is spoken on the islands of Mussau and Emirau in the St. Matthias Islands in the Bismarck Archipelago (western Pacific Ocean).
wazoMalalamai
Malalamai, or Bonga (after the two villages in which it is spoken), is an Austronesian languages of Madang Province.
keuPanoSingorokai
dialect of Pano (an Austronesian language)
dziaŋMagobineng
Trans-New Guinea; Australia & Oceania
wuliZiniDjingili
Jingulu (Djingili) is an Australian language spoken by the Jingili people in the Northern Territory of Australia
gamb~alKaantyu
The Kaantyu were an Indigenous Australian people of the Cape York Peninsula.
duru; muriGunggari
Australia
Noyon; ŋayanGumbaynggir
Gumbaynggir language (also spelled Gumbaingari, Kumbainggar, Kumbaingeri, Gambalamam, and also called Baanbay) is an Australian Aboriginal language.
saiKiwai
Kiwaian; Kiwaian; Australia & Oceania
ugNaKunjen
Kunjen, or Uw, is a Paman language spoken on the Cape York Peninsula of Queensland, Australia
dhuni; yaayYuwaaliyaay
Australian Aboriginal people of New South Wales.
dhuni; yaayYuwaalayaay
duni; yayYuwalraay
piɲcamu; wunnagaKalkatungu
Kalkatungu (also written Kalkutungu, Galgadungu, Kalkutung, Kalkadoon, Galgaduun) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language
lunCoastal Lamalama
Lamu-Lamu (Lama-Lama), also known by the clan name Mba Rumbathama, is a Paman language of Queensland, Australia. Lamalama is one of four languages once spoken by the Lamalama people, the others being Morrobalama, Rimanggudinhma, and Umpithamu.
lun; lu5Inland Lamalama
Australia
wargaLardil
Lardil, also spelled Leerdil or Leertil, is a moribund language spoken by the Lardil people on Mornington Island (Kunhanha), in the Wellesley Islands of Queensland in northern Australia
imiriLimilngan
Limilngan (Limil) is an extinct indigenous language of Australia.
naLinngithigh
Linngithigh (Liningitij) is an extinct Paman language formerly spoken on the Cape York Peninsula of Queensland, Australia
NwaMpakwithi Anguthimri
Anguthimri is an extinct Paman language formerly spoken on the Cape York Peninsula of Queensland, Australia, by the Anguthimri people.
dalira; lallirraLaragiya
The Laragiya language (Larrakia), also known as Gulumirrgin, is an Australian language isolate spoken by just six people near the city of Darwin in northern Australia as of 1983.
bara; ngulungulu; parraMangarla
Mangarla (Mangala) is a PamaNyungan language of Western Australia.
bandeN (bandiŋ)Miriwung
Miriwoong (Miriwung) is an Australian Indigenous language which today has fewer than 20 fluent speakers, most of whom live in or near Kununurra in Western Australia.
pantiMarithiyel
Marrithiyel (Marithiel, Maridhiel, Maridhiyel), also known as Berringen (Bringen, Brinken) is an Australian Aboriginal language spoken by the Marrithiyal people.
newaroMaleu
Oceanic; Austronesian; Australia & Oceania
muriMargu
Marrgu (Marrku) is a recently extinct aboriginal language of Northern Australia.
gaɲwar (ganwar)Mangarayi
Mangarayi (Manggarrai, Mungerry, Ngarrabadji) is an Australian language spoken in the Northern Territory.
cintu; ŋe:lirKukatja
Australian
cintuWangkajunga
Wangkatjunga (or Wangkajunga) is a dialect of the Western Desert dialect group in Western Australia.
cintu; jirntu; karrpu; panalYulparidja
Western Australia (?)
ty~intuYankunytjatjara
Yankunytjatjara (also Yankuntatjara, Jangkundjara, Kulpantja) is an Australian Aboriginal language.
ty~intuKokata
Alternate names: Gugada, Kokata, Kokatha, Kokitta, Koocatho, Koogurda, Kugurda, Kukata, Madutara, Maduwonga, Wanggamadu, Wongamardu. South Australia. 19 speakers only.
jirntu; tint~uMantjiltjara
An Australian Aboriginal language of the Western Desert
jirntu; nyilpaPutijarra
an Australian aboriginal language
waŋguMudburra
Mudburra, also known as Pinkangama, is an aboriginal language of Australia.
NuNa; tinaMurrinh-Patha
an Australian Aboriginal language
ath~i3Aghu Tharrnggala
Aghu Tharrnggala is an extinct Paman language of the Cape York Peninsula in Queensland, Australia.
nabenaNakara
Nakkara (Nakara) is an Australian Aboriginal language spoken by the Nagara people of Arnhemland. It is also spelled Nakara or Nagara and also called Kokori.
dintu (tindo)Narungga
Narangga (also Narungga) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language formerly spoken by the Narungga people in Yorke Peninsula, South Australia.
yagurd~uNgadjunmaya
Ngadjunmaya (Ngajumaya) is a recently extinct PamaNyungan language of Western Australia that was located in the Goldfields-Esperance region.
kalka Ngamini
Ngamini is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language
mawa5ir Ngandi
Ngandi is a moribund Australian Aboriginal language of the Wilton River, Northern Territory.
miriNgangikurrunggurr
Ngan'gikurunggurr is spoken by about 150 people in the region around the Daly River ())
nura Nganyaywana
Nganyaywana is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language of New South Wales.
wurlngarn Ngarinman Bilinara
meraNi (maraNi)Ngarinyin
The Ngarinyin language (Ungarinjin), or Eastern Worrorran, is a moribund Australian Aboriginal language of Western Australia.
mapalNgarla
Western Australia
ma4d~araNgawun
Ngawun is an extinct Mayi language once spoken on the Cape York Peninsula of Queensland, Australia, by the Ngawun people.
yarnd~a (yura)Ngalooma
Australia
miriNgengomeri
Australia
kuariN Tairora
Australia
dindoNugunu Australia
in South Australia
wi5ubakara5; winyaNgunawal
Ngunnawal or Gundungurra is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language, the traditional language of the Ngunnawal and Gandangara peoples.
th~uri; warXuNhanda
Nhanda, also known as Nhanta and Nhandi is an Australian Aboriginal language from the Midwest region of Western Australia, between Geraldton and the Murchison River, from the coast to about 20 kilometres (12 mi) inland.
alirNunggubuyu
Nunggubuyu, Wubuy or Yingkwira is an Australian Aboriginal language, the traditional language of the Nunggubuyu people.
dula; budiraNyawaygi
Nyawaygi (Nawagi) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language that was spoken northeast Queensland, on the east coast of Australia.
mamaT; nawiyuOmeo
Australia (?)
karpu; yantaPanytyima
Panyjima is an Australian Aboriginal language spoken in the Hamersley Range, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
NaNkNyunga Eastern
Nyungar (Nyunga), or Noongar, is an Australian Aboriginal language, or language complex, still spoken by members of the Noongar community, who live in the southwest corner of Western Australia.
NaNkaNyunga Northern
Western Australia
NaNkanNyunga South Western
Western Australia
NaNg~Nyoongar
Nyungar (Nyunga), or Noongar, is an Australian Aboriginal language, or language complex, still spoken by members of the Noongar community, who live in the southwest corner of Western Australia.
artaParimankutinma
an extinct dialect of Queensland, Australia.
kisom; natosiSiksika
Siksika, also known as Blackfoot (southern Alberta and northern Montana, Nothern America)
ha*viNakoda
The Nakoda (also known as Stoney or Iyarhe Nakoda) are an indigenous people in Western Canada and, originally, the United States.
jingkyo:wit-qa:l, de:di-qa:l, wha, ma:Hupa
(Northwestern California, United States) Pacific Athabaskan language
tanumCruzeno
Cruzeno, also known as Isleno (Ysleno) or Island Chumash, was one of the Chumashan languages spoken along the coastal areas of Southern California.
t'3g3mSliammon
The Comox or Sliammon language is one of the Salishan family of languages, spoken by around 400 people in British Columbia, Canada.
ce*gosa; dzegosa; sa; sadeeTlicho
The Dogrib language, or Tlinchon, is a Northern Athabaskan language spoken by the Tlicho (Digrib people) of the Canadian Northwest Territories.
tamiCupeño
Cupeño is an extinct Uto-Aztecan language, formerly spoken by the Cupeño people of Southern California, USA.
hiBodega
Miwok (Bodega). Coast Miwok was one of the Miwok languages spoken in California, from San Francisco Bay to Bodega Bay.
aNpetuwi; wiIsanyathi
USA
ak3Xta; akertaCentral Yupik
Eskimo; Eskimo-Aleut; (Central Alaskan Yupik) Alaska
geLgiLEyak
, Alaska.
spq”ni7Montana Salish
Montana Salish is an Interior Salishan language spoken on the Flathead reservation in Northwest Montana by an estimated population of about 40 speakers.
okpaiduNakum
the language of indian tribe at the West USA
nuaOtomaco
Otomaco is an extinct language of the Amazon.
hiadiOtomi Acambay
the central altiplano region of Mexico
hiadiOtomi De 1776
Mexico
hy~adiOtomi De El Baile
Mexico
hiadiOtomi De Ixtenco
Mexico
hiadiOtomi De San Andres Cuexcontitlan
Mexico
hy~adiOtomi Mezquital
Mexico
hy~adiOtomi Queretaro
Mexico
ZiadiOtomi Temoaya
Mexico
hiadiOtomi Toluca
Mexico
mp~ae (mp~a*)Pame De Jiliapan 1767
an indigenous language of Mexico
mp~a*7i*Pame De Paluca 1958
an indigenous language of Mexico
mp~a*7a*Pame Meridional
an indigenous language of Mexico
tasaiNorthern Tepehuan
northern Mexico.
S3North Highland Mixe
Mexico
ngubic3Ocotlan Zapotec
Zapotec language, spoken in the center of Oahaka state in suburbs of Ocotlan and Santiago-Apostol cities (Mexico).
mb~ic (Ng~bic)Quioquitani Quieri Zapotec
Mexico
ngbicZapotec Mixtepec
Mexico
b~icXanaguia Zapotec
Mexico
wizZapotec Loxicha
Mexico
wbw~iZZapotec San Lucas Quiavini
Mexico
gw~biZ (gw~ba)Zapotec Zoogocho
Mexico
gubidzaZapotec Southern Rincon
Mexico
bicaZapotec Sierra De Juarez
Mexico
kopiCa; pitoZapotec
Mexico
hya; t7utataOcuilteco
(Mexico)
5aPaipai
- extinct language of native people Paipai, in Ensenada city (Baja California, Mexico); -, -, -, ---- - .
tunelPochutla Nahuatl
Mexico
njaxu*Popoloca De San Vicente Coyotepec
Coyotepec Popoloca is an indigenous language of Puebla state, Mexico.
suaPopoloca Metzontla
Mexico
n7~iuPopoloca Metzontla
Mexico
ya*o*Popoloca San Juan Atzingo
Mexico
xuriataPurhepecha
Purepecha AKA P'urhepecha, often called Tarascan, is a language isolate or small language family that is spoken by a quarter-million Purepecha in the highlands of Michoacan, Mexico.
na7aic7uwiSan Bartolome Ayautla
south-western Mexico
cu7iSan Juan Chiquihuitlan
ycue ieaiaie ei?aiiuo eiaaeoaa ia ?aa Iaeneee
c37weSan Lorenzo Cuaunecuiltitla
ycue ieaiaie ei?aiiuo eiaaeoaa in south-western Mexico (ooao Oaxaca)
cu7wiSan Miguel Soyoltepec
ooao Oaxaca, Mexico
c7uiSan Pedro Ixcatlan
ooao Oaxaca, Mexico
hamaSoteapan Zoque
the language of american aborigens (Mexico)
hamTexistepec Zoque
Texistepec Zoque, is a MixeZoquean language of the Zoquean branch spoken by a hundred indigenous Popoluca people in and around the town of Texistepec in Southern Veracruz, Mexico.
tonatinTabasco Nahuatl Cupilco
>The southern Mexico (the seashore of the Gulf of Mexico)
yenTapachultec
Tapachultec was a Mixe language spoken in Chiapas, Mexico.
g3nu7; diusTamasopo Pame
Mexico
tawabUruku
Alternate names: Arara-Karo, Arara, Arara de Rondonia, Arara do Jiparana, Itanga, Itogapuk, Itogapuc, Karo, Ntogapid, Ntogapig, Ramarama, Uruku (Central Brazil)
w3iWaimiri
The Uaimiris-Atroari or Waimiri-Atroari are an indigenous group inhabiting the southeastern part of the Brazilian state of Roraima
uSiArutani
Arutani (Orotani, Urutani, also known as Awake, Auake, Auaqu, Aoaqui, Oewaku) is a nearly extinct language spoken by only 17 individuals in Roraima, Brazil and two others in the Karum River area of Bolivar State, Venezuela.
dejCChamacoco
Chamacoco is a Zamucoan language spoken in Paraguay and maybe Brazil by the Chamacoco people
3b3ag3 buihuBarasana
Barasana is an aboriginal Amerindian language spoken by a couple thousand people in Colombia
k"inChorti Jocotan
,
xumkuLaiNivacle
Nivacle is a Matacoan language spoken in Paraguay and Argentina. It is also known as Chulup and Ashluslay
marri (mahi) (maji) Kulina
This language is spoken in Brazil and Peru.
antuMapudungun
This language is spoken in the South of Chile and Argentina (Araucany).
ind~iInga Putumayo
Colombia, South America
dejCChamacoco
Chamacoco is a Zamucoan language spoken in Paraguay and maybe Brazil by the Chamacoco people
ka7iWayuunaiki
The Wayuu language, or Goajiro (Wayuu: Wayuunaiki), is spoken by 305,000 indigenous Wayuu people in northwestern Venezuela and northeastern Colombia on the Guajira Peninsula. Wayuu is one of the major Arawakan languages.
huameto; ikotiaGuahibo
Spoken along the Colombia Border, Western Region, Venezuela. Also Spoken in Colombia. Guahiban; Guahiban; South America
kuarasiChiriguano
Tupi-Guarani; Tupian; South America
huimt matkoi pihinGuayabero
Guahiban; Guahiban; South America
xometoCuiba
Guahiban; Guahiban; South America
mahiCulina
Arauan; Arauan; South America
mahiDeni
Arauan; Arauan; South America
makaCayuvava
Cayuvava; Cayuvava; South America
tasaiProto-Tepiman
Uto-Aztecan language
mahiMadija
Kulina (also Kulna, Kulyna, Culina, Curina, Corina, Korina, Culina-Madija, Madiha) is an Arawan language of Brazil and Peru
mapiroItene
Itene is a Chapacuran language of Bolivia (?)
motokaYanomamõ
Yanomam; Yanomam; South America
saCeIgnaciano
a Southern Maipuran language, belonging to the Arawakan language family ()
gedeAyoreo
Zamucoan. Spoken in Paraguay, Bolivia Region Chaco, Alto Paraguay departments (Paraguay), Santa Cruz department (Bolivia)
uvEGuato
Guato; Macro-Ge; South America
kilye7Chorote Iyowujwa
Iyo'wujwa Chorote language. Iyo'wujwa (Chorote) is a Matacoan language spoken by about 2,000 people, mostly in Argentina
himLengua
Mascoian; Mascoian; South America
eSetiEse Ejja
Tacanan; Tacanan; South America
feCaFulnio
Yate; Macro-Ge; South America
ekotia; huametoPlayero
Guahiban; Guahiban; South America
asw~alqselesQawasqar
Alacalufan; Alacalufan; South America
acne'; acneTAmuesha
Amuesha is an Arawakan language of South America, spoken by 5000 people in Peru
jw~aIca
Ica language, a Magdalenic Chibchan language related to Ijca spoken in Colombia, South America.
cinChimane
Chimane (Tsimane) is a South American language (western Bolivia).
weCara
Cara is an extinct Barbacoan language of South America (Ecuador).
suaMuisca
Chibchan Proper; Chibchan; South America
su7urSChiquitano
Chiquito; Chiquito; South America
noa5aNgabere
Ngabere Indian Language (Guaymi, Chiriqui). Ngabere is a Chibchan language of Central America, spoken by 150,000 people in Panama and Costa Rica.
abe 3*b3* ba*ha*g3*Desano
Tucanoan; Tucanoan; South America
garGavião
Monde; Tupian; South America
ank~roGavião do Para
Monde; Tupian; South America
wapaC'aItonama
Itonama; Itonama; South America
sonoBerbice Dutch Creole
Creoles and Pidgins; Venezuela, Brazil; South America
widohJupda
The Hup language (also called Hupde, Hupda, Hupde, Hupda Maku, Jupda, Macu, Maku-Hupda, Macu De, Hupda, and Jupde) is one of the four Nadahup languages. It is spoken by the Hupda and Yohup, indigenous Amazonian peoples who live in Brazil and Colombia.
koloKakwa
The Kakwa or Cacua language is an indigenous language spoken by a few hundred people in Colombia and Brazil.
raKaingang
The Kaingang language is a Ge language spoken by the Kaingang people of southern Brazil.
to*ho*Yabuti
The Yabutian or Jabutian languages are two similar moribund languages in East Brazil.
saCanamari
Kanamar, or Katukina-Kanamari, is a Katukinian language spoken by about 650 individuals in Amazonas, Brazil.
Ca; βariCatuquina
an extinct language of Brazil
uceDzubucua
Dzubukua (Dzubucua), or Kiriri, is an extinct Karirian language of Brazil.
SiYekuana
Ye'kuana, also known as Maquiritari or Dekwana, is the language of the Ye'kuana people of Venezuela and Brazil.
Sand~iArara Pano
language spoken in Peru, western Brazil, and Bolivia.
cunKaraja
Karaja, also known as Yna, is spoken by the Karaja people in some thirty villages in central Brazil.
gok3pKaritiana
Karitiana or Caritiana is a Tupian language of the state of Rondonia, in the Amazon region of Brazil.
anakupMawe
The Mawe language of Brazil, also known as Satare (Mabue, Maragua, Andira, Arapium), is one of the Tupian languages.
NgadMonde
Monde, or Salami, is a possibly extinct Tupian language of the state of Rondonia, in the Amazon region of Brazil.
kakiAndaqui
Andaqui (Andaki) is an extinct language from the southern highlands of Colombia ( America).
kamuiBaniwa
Northern Arawakan; Arawakan; South America
Th~u5iChipaya
Uru-Chipaya; Uru-Chipaya; South America
sariKadoazi
Peru
tka-ciMashco Piro
Mashco Puro is a Maipurean language spoken in Peru.
yeu; yewCacua
Cacua-Nukak; Cacua-Nukak; South America
mama; niu*wiCagaba
Kogi (Cogui), or Kagaba (Cagaba), is a Chibchan language of Colombia.
mamaduisa juiGuamaca
Colombia (South America)
paCuaiquer
Cuaiquer Indian Language (Awa Pit, Awa-Cuaiquer). Cuaiquer is a Barbacoan language of South America
wid7Waviare
Waviare (a.k.a. Makusa, Nukak Maku, Carabayo, Guaviare) South America
xunu7 (xunuʔ)Maca
Maca is a Matacoan language of South America. It is spoken by around 1500 people in Paraguay.
kaxi; ka-siMunduruku
Munduruki is a Tupi language spoken by 10,000 people in the Tapajs River basin in north central Brazil
hisiXapaitiiso (Piraha**)
a language spoken by the Piraha an indigenous people of Amazonas, Brazil.
esese; piciShikuyana
Sikiana, or Kashuyana, is a Carib language that was spoken by 33 people in Brazil and 15 people in Suriname.
tkaCiMachinere
The Machinere are an indigenous people of Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru
NgeEtMakurap
Makurap (Macurapi) is a Tupian language of Brazil.
mayonPataxo
Pataxo (Patasho) is an extinct native language in Brazil formerly spoken by the Pataxo people of the Bahia region, and of Minas Gerais, Posto Paraguassu in Itabuna municipality.
safiniPaumari
Paumari (also Purupuru, Kurukuru, Pamari, Purupuru, Pammari, Curucuru, Palmari) is an Arauan language spoken in Brazil
SwaMuniche (Munichi)
Muniche is an indigenous language of South America, spoken by only a few elders in Peru (in the village of Munichis, about 16 km west of Yurimaguas, Loreto Region).
henaOmurano
Omurano is an unclassified language from Peru. It is also known as Humurana, Roamaina, Numurana, Umurano, and Mayna.
lumiCallahuaya
Callawalla (also Callahuaya or Kallawaya) is an endangered indigenous language spoken in Bolivia, related to Quechua.
lanCacaopera
El Salvador (America)
dadaDulegaya
Dulegaya (Kuna Language). Spoken by the Kuna people of Panama and Colombia, belongs to the Chibchan language family.
ecaShuar
The people who speak the Shuar language live in tropical rainforest between the upper mountains of the Andes, the tropical rainforests and savannas of the Amazonian lowlands.
yekbayPayagua
Payagua (Payawa) is an extinct language of Paraguay, Argentina, and Bolivia, spoken by the Payagua Indians.
wisiKabre
Cabre (Cabere, Cavere) is an extinct Arawakan language of Colombia.
saq'enCahabon Eastern Kekchi
, - , .
saq'eSan Juan Chamelco Western Kekchi
, - , .
sakunuKitsai
The Kitsai (also Kichai) language is an extinct member of the Caddoan language family. It was spoken in Oklahoma by the Kichai tribe and became extinct in the 1930s.
nu*aOcaina
(Okaina) Peru, Columbia
3*s3Orejon
(Coto, Koto, Mai Ja, Orechon, Oregon, Orejon, Payagua, Tutapi) , , , , .
fakami7Oro Win
- (Oro Win) , - ( ) - .
espotewset; kisuhsPassamaquoddy Maliseet
language of native people of America
kw~arah3aParakana
western Brazil
karahiParanawat
Brazil (near Bolivian border)
kai (kei)Paraujano
Paraujano is an Arawakan language spoken by the Paraujano, or Anu, people of Venezuela.
safiniPaumari
Paumari (also Purupuru, Kurukuru, Pamari, Purupuru, Pammari, Curucuru, Palmari) is an Arauan language spoken in Brazil
ariPauserna
Pauserna, or Guarasugwe, is a moribund TupiGuarani language of Bolivia.
maPech
Pech or Paya is a Chibchan language spoken in Honduras.
haso7 k'atenaPilaga
Pilaga is a Guaicuruan language spoken by 4,000 people in the Bermejo and Pilcomayo River valleys, western Formosa Province, in northeastern Argentina.
hisiPiraha
Piraha (also spelled Piraha, Pirahan), or Mura-Piraha, is the indigenous language of the isolated Piraha of Amazonas, Brazil.
as3* deko kh~3*do*Piratapuyo
Guanano (Wanano), or Piratapuyo, is a Tucanoan language spoken in the northwest part of Amazonas in Brazil and in Vaupes in Colombia.
tokaPurubora
The Purubora language of Brazil is one of the Tupian languages.
ank~roPykobje
Brazil
k'uQanjobal Santa Eulalia
Guatemala
indiQuichua Imbabura
the language spoken in Imbabura Province in Northern Ecuador
rupiQuichua Cotopaxi Compania Grande
(Ecuador)
rupayQuechua Huaylas Ancash
The Quechua of Huailas is the regional variety of Ancash Quechua language of Peru
rupayQuichua (Kichwa) Canyar
() Ecuador.
rupayQuechua De Lambayeque
Peru (South America)
wilkaQuechua Pacaraos
Peru (South America)
antuRanquelche
Chile (South America)
iwtaSabane
Rondonia and Mato Grosso states of western Brazil, between the Tenete Marques and Juruena rivers.
aknimSanapana Angaite
Sanapana is a language of the Paraguayan Chaco. (, )
aknem7~Sanapana Enlhet
Paraguay
motok3Sanima
Sanima is a Yanomaman language spoken in Venezuela and Brazil. It is also known as Sanema, Sanuma, Tsanuma, Guaika, Samatari, Samatali, Xamatari and Chirichano.
anakupSatere Mawe
The Mawe, also known as the Satere or Satere-Mawe, are an indigenous people of Brazil living in the state of Amazonas.
yoroSechura
The Sechura language, also known as Sek, is an extinct language spoken in the Piura Region of Peru, near the port of Sechura
varixiSensi
Sensi (Senti, Tenti, Mananahua) is an extinct Panoan language, spoken on the right bank of the Ucayali River, Peru.
fari7Shanenawa
Shaninawa is a Panoan language of South America.
moth~okShirishana
The north Brazilia
3*s3*g3Siona
The Siona language (otherwise known as Sioni, Pioje, Pioche-Sioni, Ganteyabain, Ganteya, Ceona, Zeona, Koka) is a Tucanoan language of Colombia and Ecuador.
abe 3*b3*b3*Siriano
Siriano is a Tucanoan language of Colombia, with a few speakers in Brazil.
tenaSiriono
Siriono is a Tupian language spoken by about 400 Sirion people (50 are monolingual) and 120 Yuqui in eastern Bolivia
lupiSouthern Aymara
Aymara (Aymar aru) is an Aymaran language spoken by the Aymara people of the Andes. Aymara, along with Spanish, is one of the official languages of Bolivia and parts of Peru.
daskaSubtiaba
Subtiaba is an extinct Oto-Manguean language which was spoken on the Pacific slope of Nicaragua
umoSumo
Sumo (also known as Sumu) is the collective name for a group of Misumalpan languages spoken in Nicaragua and Honduras.
sogeSusu
The Susu language is the language of the Susu or Soso people of Guinea and Sierra Leone, West Africa.
m3riSuya
Suya is a Ge language of Brazil
aiyakaTanimuca
Tanimuca, or Tanimuca-Retuara (Letuama), is a Tucanoan language of Colombia.
minguaTaparita
Taparita is an extinct language of the Amazon.
kwaras3Tapiete
Tapiete is a Tupi-Guaran language spoken by 33 Paraguayans, 100 Argentines, and 70 Bolivians.
kw~anTapirape
The language of the Tapirape indigenous people (a Brazilian Indian tribe)
ekw~Epite keriTariana
Tariana (also Tariano) is an endangered Maipurean (also known as Arawak) language spoken along the Vaupes River in Amazonas, Brazil by approximately 100 people.
kre373Ache
Ache, also known as Guayaki, is a Guarani language of Paraguay.
uCenakiNambikwara
a Brazilian Indian tribe
pabaNomatsiguenga
Nomatsiguenga (Matsigenka) is an Arawakan language of Peru.
mw~i5aNonuya
Nonuya (Nononota) is a nearly extinct language of Colombia and Peru.
qardawNorthern Catanduanes
Guatemala
peseaNorthern Embera
Northwestern Colombia and southeastern Panama
kai (kei)Paraujano
Paraujano is an Arawakan language spoken by the Paraujano, or Anu, people of Venezuela.
ariPauserna
Pauserna, or Guarasugwe, is a moribund TupiGuarani language of Bolivia.
maPech
Pech or Paya is a Chibchan language spoken in Honduras.
haso7 k'atenaPilaga
Pilaga is a Guaicuruan language spoken by 4,000 people in the Bermejo and Pilcomayo River valleys, western Formosa Province, in northeastern Argentina.
CinaPakaanova
The Pakaa Nova, also known as The Wari', are an indigenous people of Brazil, living in seven villages in the Amazon rainforest in the state of Rondonia.
henaLeco
Leco, also written as Leko, is a language isolate that, though long reported to be extinct, is spoken by 2040 individuals in areas east of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia.
gaSi; kaSiLencaHonduras
The Lenca language is one of the indigenous Mesoamerican languages.
keso7Omaeqnomenew
(another name is Menominee) is an Algonquian language originally spoken by the Menominee people of northern Wisconsin.
yaSaLencaEl Salvador
one of the indigenous Mesoamerican languages.
cu7iChiquihuitlan (Mazatec)
hwa'laʔWichi
Wichi is a Matacoan language spoken among the Wichi people of Argentina and Bolivia.
sroDinak'i
The Upper Kuskokwim language (also called Kolchan or Goltsan or Dinak'i) is an Athabaskan language of the Na-Dene language family. It is spoken by the Upper Kuskokwim people in the Upper Kuskokwim River villages of Nikolai, Telida, and McGrath, Alaska.
caapin (hapin)Kunza
Kunza a.k.a. Cunza, also known as Likanantai, Lipe, Ulipe, or Atacameno, is an extinct language isolate once spoken in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile and southern Peru
kusraKaruk
Karuk or Karok is an endangered language of northwestern California
hi; h'i:Lake
The Lake Miwok language is a moribund (or possibly extinct) language of Northern California, traditionally spoken in an area adjacent to the Clear Lake.
temetNetela
a Native American language of South California
ina; itan; oru; orunLucum
Lucum is a creolized Yoruba dialect and the liturgical language of Santera in Cuba.
wasMolale
Molala (Molele, Molalla) is the extinct and poorly attested Plateau Penutian language of the Molala people of Oregon and Washington.
wirak Mandan ( !)
an extinct Siouan language of North Dakota in the United States.
nagusetMigmawisimg
eastern Canada
kilhs~wa; kirisuaMyaamia
Myaamia is a indigenous Algonquian language formerly spoken in the United States, primarily in Illinois, Missouri, Indiana
da-dapNorth Fork
,
'anyaMohave ()
(Mohave, Mojave) is the native language of the Mohave people along the Colorado River in southeastern California. -
shapash??
ra7asaMocovi
The Mocov language is a Guaicuruan language of Argentina spoken by about 3,000 people, mostly in Santa Fe province.
kamuMawayana
Mawayana (Mahuayana), also known as Mapidian, is a moribund Arawakan language of Guyana.
hisiPiraha
Piraha (also spelled Piraha, Pirahan), or Mura-Piraha, is the indigenous language of the isolated Piraha of Amazonas, Brazil.
doniMiri
Miri language can refer to: 1) Mishing language (Plains Miri); 2) Hill Miri language; 3) a variety of Waitaka language
o5 (o5a)A62 Kalonge
(?)
kizosAbnaki Eastern
Eastern Abnaki is an extinct language once spoken by the Penobscot in the coastal area of the state of Maine, United States.
gizosAbnaki Western
Western Abnaki (also known as St. Francis) is an indigenous language spoken by around 20 individuals along the St. Lawrence River between Montreal and Quebec City.
SmSAchaemenid Aramaic
Aramaic is a group of languages belonging to the Afroasiatic language phylum. The name of the language is based on the name of Aram, an ancient region in central Syria. The Aramaic Language in the Achaemenid Period.
wElgw~anAfi Amanda
???
raXAgul
(Aghul), is a language spoken by the Aghuls in southern Dagestan, Russia and in Azerbaijan.
oyuwoAhante
???
iyiAhlo
SunAihui Manchu
Manchu is a severely endangered Tungusic language spoken in Manchuria
cawkENavi
is the constructed language ?
kajaNa Chad
???
yilaNafaara
Nafaanra (sometimes written Nafaara) is a Senufo language spoken in northwest Ghana, along the border with Ivory Coast, east of Bondoukou.
tiraNaha
Mexico ???
nepiNambakaengo Malo
Oceanic Polynesia (the island in Pasific Ocean)
heNNancawri (Nancowri)
laNanumea
Nanumea is the northwesternmost atoll in the Polynesian nation of Tuvalu, a group of nine coral atolls and islands spread over about 400 miles (640 km) of Pacific Ocean just south of the equator and west of the International Date Line.
SaZNao
(?)
!komSaNaron
not found yet
l'aranNauete
Naueti (also written as Nauoti, Nauete) is an Austronesian language spoken by 15,045 (census 2010) in the subdistricts of Uato-Lari, Uatucarbau and Baguia in southeastern East Timor.
gamNawar Zutt
(???)
Sy~u*Naykhin Nanai
. Middle/lower Amur dialects Naykhin, Dzhuen, Bolon, Ekon, etc: the areas along the Amur River below Khabarovsk Nanai, Amursk, Solnechny, and Komsomolsk districts of Khabarovsk Krai
kaza Ndoka
???
nepi Nea
nepi Nea Nemboi
Santa Cruz
lepiNea Nooli
Santa Cruz (?)
siun Negidal
Negidal (also spelled Neghidal) is a language of the Tungusic family spoken in the Russian Far East, mostly in Khabarovskij Kraj, along the lower reaches of the Amur River.
sivun Negidal Verchovski
the Russian Far East
ekdam pok'o (ekim pok'o) NorthEast Maidu
Maidu.
negat Nemi
The Nemi language is a Kanak language spoken by 320 people in the north of New Caledonia
5aNgala
: 1)Ngala language (Chadic), a Kotoko language; 2) Ngala language (Sepik), an Ndu language; 3)Ngala language (Zande), described by Santandrea; the Ngala dialect of Khumi Chin
yalNguluwan
Nguluwan is a "mixed" language spoken on an atoll of that name between Yap and Palau. The grammar and lexicon are Yapese, but the phonology has been affected by Ulithian, and speakers are shifting to that language. It belongs to the Austronesian languages, more specifically to the Oceanic branch of that family.
sinoNias
- , , ( ) .
dewta; diya dewtaNihali
() - , - ( - , , .
okNisenan
Nisenan is a nearly extinct Maiduan language spoken by the Nisenan people of central California in the foothills of the Sierras, in the whole of the American, Bear and Yuba river drainages.
tidaNishihara Miyako
, . , (Nishihara district). .
riNjigban
the placement is not found
TolNkim
not found yet
zinNorthern Low Saxon
Northern Low Saxon is a West Low German dialect.
pusat3Northern Paiute Bannock
Northern Paiute (Paviotso) is a Western Numic language formerly spoken in the western Great Basin from roughly the John Day River in Oregon south through the western third of Nevada, to the vicinity of Mammoth, California.
hi7emaNorthern Sierra Miwok
a Miwok language spoken in California, in the upper Mokelumne and Calaveras valleys.
riXNorthern Tabassaran
Tabasaran (also written Tabassaran) is a Northeast Caucasian language of the Lezgic branch. It is spoken by the Tabasaran people in southern part of the Russian Republic of Dagestan. There are two main dialects: North (Khanag) and South Tabasaran.
sanNorth Frisian Amrum
spoken on the island of Amrum in the German region of North Frisia.
oumatiNorth Marquesan
the Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia
kh~amNorth Russian Romani
Russia
!on; !e*Nu En
the placement is not found
laNukuoro
Micronesia
sanOkanisi
Ndyuka, also called Aukan, Okanisi, Ndyuka tongo, Aukaans, Businenge Tongo, Eastern Maroon Creole, or Nenge is a creole language of Suriname, spoken by the Ndyuka people.
taniandr$uBushi
Bushi (Shibushi or Kibushi) is a dialect of Malagasy spoken in the French-ruled Comorian island of Mayotte.
thmTapei-Arafundi
The Arafundi languages are a small family of clearly related languages, namely. Andai (Meakambut), Nanubae, and Tapei. Alfendio is an old synonym for Arafundi, from when it was still considered a single language.
lm3rNingrahar (?) Pashto
Nangarhar Province
varaʁAlyk
oumatiEo Kenata
(: Eo Kenata)
oumatiNuku Hiva
French Polynesia
an ph~a vanNung
Nung language may refer to: Nung language (Sino-Tibetan), a Nungish language. Nung language (Tai), a Tai language.
Ta5TaNyangumarta
pu37Nyeu
Viet Nam, Thailand
uaNzwani
Nzwani (Anjouan), the language of one of the three major islands in the Comoros Archipelago
hamapsa; swapsiObispenyo
California, USA
su; suleiOccitan Aranese
Aranese is a standardized form of the Pyrenean Gascon variety of the Occitan language spoken in the Val d'Aran, in northwestern Catalonia close to the Spanish border
gizisOjibwa Eastern
Eastern Ojibwe is a dialect of the Ojibwe language spoken north of Lake Ontario and east of Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada.
kisihsOjibwa Severn
(Ia?eaaa), a aannaeia ?aee Naaa?i (NOA, Eaiaaa, Aaeeeea ica?a)
xyaLnxw~Okanagan Colville
Ieaiaaai (Okanagan, Okanagon, Okanogan) naeeoneee ycue, ia eioi?ii aiai?eo ia?ia ieaiaaai, eioi?ue i?i?eaaao a 7 caiiaaaieeao: Aa?iii, Aoaean-Eaee, Ea?aiain, Ieeaa?, Iaioeeoii, Oynoaaie e Oaaee, e ainoieo io aieeiu O?ana? e e caiaao io Eooaiae, ia ?aa oaio?aeuiie ?anoe ooaoa A?eoaineay Eieoiaey a Eaiaaa, a oae?a a ?aca?aaoee Eieaeee ooaoa Aaoeiaoii a NOA.
puteOko Juwoi
The Juwoi language, Oko-Juwoi (also Junoi), is an extinct Great Andamanese language, of the Central group. It was spoken in the west central and southwest interior of Middle Andaman.
grianOld Irish
By the 10th century, Old Irish had evolved into Middle Irish, which was spoken throughout Ireland and in Scotland and the Isle of Man.
sunaOld Low Franconian
Low Franconian, Low Frankish are a group of several West Germanic languages spoken in the Netherlands, northern Belgium (Flanders), in the Nord department of France, in western Germany
hNu3; tneyOld Mon
Myanmar and Thailand (in medieval Myanmar society.)
sunaOld Saxon
Old Saxon, also known as Old Low German, was a Germanic language and the earliest recorded form of Low German
niOld Tangut
Tangut is an ancient northeastern Tibeto-Burman language once spoken in the Western Xia, also known as the Tangut Empire.
kinOld Turkic
ekeOnge
???
tatOpata
(Opata, Teguima, Eudeve, Heve, Dohema) , , , , , , .
tuiOpata
, -
surTyoOriya
, 35 .
mierOrmuri
, .
s3uOrochi
( )
neriOtuke
(Louxiru, Otuke, Otuque, Otuqui) , -, , - .
taky~kw~ePaez
vh~anPaha
Paha (or Baha) is a Kra language spoken in northern Guangnan County, Wenshan Prefecture, Yunnan (Eeoae).
karahiParanawat
-
mo ni siPhunoi
Phunoi (Sinsali) is a Loloish language of northern Laos.
lagaPhuti
Phuthi (Siphuthi) is a Nguni Bantu language spoken in southern Lesotho and areas in South Africa
velaPileni
The Pileni language is a Polynesian language spoken in some of the Reef Islands as well as in the Taumako Islands (also known as the Duff Islands).
alPinalum
s3u (seu)Pingelapese
The Pingelapese language is a Micronesian language native to Pingelap, an atoll belonging to the state of Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia.
yayPaka
tiyazPalaic
, .
silsPalauan
Palauan language major language of Palau, in the western Pacific Ocean.
mer3 st3rg3Parachinar Pashto
Pakistan
zuva (dhuva)Pare
Pare (Kipare), also known as Asu (Casu, Chasu, Athu, Chathu), is a Northeast Coast Bantu spoken by the Pare people of Tanzania.
zuvaPare Sud
Tanzania
zuvaPare Tanzania
Pare (Kipare), also known as Asu (Casu, Chasu, Athu, Chathu), is a Northeast Coast Bantu spoken by the Pare people of Tanzania.
artaParimankutinma
an extinct dialect of Queensland, Australia.
kw~araParintintin
The Parintintin are an indigenous people who live in Brazil in the Madeira River basin.
neniParuwa
Iaioa Iiaay Aaeiay
nm3r; lm3rPashin Kakari Pashto
Pakistan
espotewset; kisuhsPassamaquoddy Maliseet
?cue ei?aiiuo aia?eeaioaa
mayonPataxo
Pataxo (Patasho) is an extinct native language in Brazil formerly spoken by the Pataxo people of the Bahia region, and of Minas Gerais, Posto Paraguassu in Itabuna municipality.
5ogoPeere
Peere language a.k.a. Kutin language: Kutin is a member of the Duru branch of Savanna languages. (Ieaa?ey, Eaia?oi)
uaPemba
Pemba island, Tanzania Arabic Jazirat al-Khu?rah island in the Indian Ocean, lying 35 miles (56 km) off the coast of East Africa, opposite the port of Tanga, Tanzania.
kumbiPende
Pende (Phende) is a Bantu language of the Congo.
nw~arPeshawar Pashto
Pakistan
f3taPeve Lame
Peve, also called Lame after its chief dialect, is an Afro-Asiatic language of Chad and Cameroon.
mo ni siPhunoi
Phunoi (Sinsali) is a Loloish language of northern Laos.
lagaPhuti
Phuthi (Siphuthi) is a Nguni Bantu language spoken in southern Lesotho and areas in South Africa
velaPileni
The Pileni language is a Polynesian language spoken in some of the Reef Islands as well as in the Taumako Islands (also known as the Duff Islands).
alPinalum
the place is not yet found
s3u (seu)Pingelapese
The Pingelapese language is a Micronesian language native to Pingelap, an atoll belonging to the state of Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia.
5um3Pinyin
Pinyin is a Grassfields language spoken by some 27,000 people in the Northwest Region of Cameroon
andaPinzi
a Bantu language of Gabon.
lm3rPishin Pashto
Pishin is a district in the Balochistan province of Pakistan.
ty~irirpi; ty~intuPitjantjatjara Yankuntjatjara
Australia
waLkaPitta Pitta
Pitta Pitta is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language. It was spoken around Boulia, Queensland.
asisPokot
Pokoot is a language spoken in western Kenya and eastern Uganda by the Pokot people.
fy~anPol
Pol is a Bantu language of Cameroon. Pol proper is spoken in central Cameroon; the Pomo and Kweso dialects are spoken in Congo and the CAR near the Cameroonian border.
jE; cEPomo
Central Pomo is a moribund Pomoan language spoken in Northern California.
mbiEPove
Pove (also rendered Bhubhi, Bubi, Vove) is a Bantu language of Gabon.
Lukw~3L (Lukw~aL)Puget Salish
Native North American language (Washington state, USA)
kayikPungupungu
Kandjerramalh, also known as Pungupungu or Kuwema, is an Australian Aboriginal language. (?)
milaPunthamara
The Punthamara were an indigenous Australian people of the state of Queensland.
opePuri
Puri is an extinct language of eastern Brazil. ( or India ?)
suriPurigal Phalura
Pakistan
atyiQhalaxarzi (Kgalagadi)
Kgalagadi is one of the Bantu languages spoken in Botswana, along the South African border and in Namibia.
lm3rQuetta Pashto
Quetta is the provincial capital and largest city of Balochistan, Pakistan.
3ld3wQuezon Palawan
the language in the province of Palawan, Philippines.
pit'itcC'o7Quileute
Quileute was the last Chimakuan language, spoken until the end of the 20th century by Quileute and Makah elders on the western coast of the Olympic peninsula south of Cape Flattery at La Push and the lower Hoh River in Washington State, United States.
q'w~3l'3sQuinault
Quinault is a member of the Tsamosan branch of the Coast Salish family of Salishan languages ().
cua (uwa)Rabai
Rabai, also called Rabai Mpya, is a historic location in Kilifi County, Kenya about 12 miles northwest of the city of Mombasa.
mudaRainbarngo
The Rembarrnga, otherwise known as the Rembarunga, are an indigenous Australian people of the Northern Territory.
raRapa Nui
The Rapa Nui language (also Rapanui) is an Eastern Polynesian language spoken by the Rapanui, the inhabitants of Easter Island.
or3; oraRendille
Rendille (also known as Rendile, Randile) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken by the Rendille people inhabiting northern Kenya.
ga7aRennellese
Rennell-Bellona, or Rennellese, is a Polynesian language spoken in the Rennell and Bellona Province of the Solomon Islands.
solejReunionnais
Reunionnais of Indian origin are people of Indian origin in Reunion. They form two ethnic groups on the island, Malbars and Zarabes.
5iwaNRgyalthang
Eastern Tibet
waLirRitharngu
(Ritharngu, Ritarungo) is an Australian Aboriginal Yol?u language, spoken in Australia's Northern Territory.
sowlRomagnol Ravennate
Romagnol is a Romance language mostly spoken in Romagna (Northern Italy)
soariRomanian Megleno
Megleno-Romanian (known as Vlahete by its speakers, and Megleno-Romanian or Meglenitic and sometimes Moglenitic or Meglinitic by linguists) is a Romance language, similar to Aromanian, or a dialect of the Romanian language. It is spoken by the Megleno-Romanians in a few villages in the Moglena region that spans the border between the Greek region of Macedonia and the Republic of Macedonia.
suleLRomansh Grishun
Romansh language German Rumantsch, also called Grishun, or Grisons, Romance language of the Rhaetian group spoken in northern Italy and Switzerland, primarily in the Rhine Valley in the Swiss canton of Graubunden (Grisons).
suLeLRomansh Surmiran
Romansh is divided into five different regional dialects (Sursilvan, Sutsilvan, Surmiran, Puter, and Vallader), each with its own standardized written language.
sulELRomansh Sursilvan
Sursilvan is a group of dialects of the Romansh language spoken in the Swiss district of Surselva.
sulayRomansh Vallader
Vallader is a variety of the Romansh language spoken in the Lower Engadine valley (Engiadina Bassa) of southeast Switzerland, between Martina and Zernez.
7adlawRomblomanon
Romblomanon is an Austronesian regional language spoken, along with Asi and Onhan, in the province of Romblon in the Philippines.
kh~amRomungro Romani
Carpathian Romani, also known as Central Romani or Romungro Romani, is a group of dialects of the Romani language spoken from southern Poland to Hungary, and from eastern Austria to Ukraine.
renRon Daffo Butura
Plateau State, Ieaa?ey
damb~uRonga
Ronga (XiRonga; sometimes ShiRonga or GiRonga) is a south-eastern Bantu language in the TswaRonga family spoken just south of Maputo in Mozambique.
daSoutheastern Pomo
:
sNeyRumai
(or Palaung) is a MonKhmer language, or actually a dialect cluster, spoken by over half a million people in Burma
a5iNRunga
Aiki is a Maban language of Chad. It consists of two dialects, Runga and Kibet, which are divergent enough to be considered separate languages. Kibet (Kibeit, Kibeet, Kabentang) is spoken in Chad, while Runga (Roungo) is split between Chad and the CAR.
zobaRunyankore
Nkore (also called Nkole, Nyankore, Nyankole, Orunyankore, Orunyankole, Runyankore and Runyankole) is a Bantu language spoken by the Nkore and Hima peoples of south-western Uganda
zobaRutooro
Tooro, or Rutooro, is a Bantu language spoken mainly by the Toro people (Batooro) from the Toro Kingdom region of western Uganda.
tiriRuumbu Kimwaansa
Congo (Africa)
tenRuund
Ruund (Ruwund), also known as Northern Lunda or Uruund, is a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola.
langaSwati
The Swazi or Swati language (Swazi: siSwati [siswat'i]) is a Bantu language of the Nguni group spoken in Swaziland and South Africa by the Swazi people.
ateh siewSaaban
Saban is one of the remoter languages of Borneo, on the SarawakKalimantan border.
sqw~3qw~3l'; syal3qw~3mSaanich
Saanich is the language of the Native American Saanich people.
pidoSaba
Saba is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in south central Chad.
asistaSabaot
Sabaot (Sebei) is a Kalenjin language of Kenya.
smLSabean
the Old South Arabian language spoken in Yemen
alloSadan
not found yet
ta53n; ritSaek
Saek is a Tai language spoken in at least ten villages in Khammouane Province, Laos, and at least four villages in Nakhon Phanom Province in northeastern Thailand.
NminiNaSafaliba
Safaliba is a Gur language of Ghana.
noxSafen
Safene (Saafen), or Saafi-Saafi, is the principal Cangin language, spoken by 200,000 people in Senegal.
buqX~Sagadin Tsez
an northwestern Dagestan language
juaSaghala
Kenya, Tanzania.
aroSaho
The Saho language is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Eritrea, Sudan and Ethiopia.
beleSakata
Sakata is a Bantu dialect cluster of DR Congo. The dialects are rather divergent: Sakata proper, Djia (Wadia), Bai (Kibay), Tuku (Ketu, Batow).
bil3Sakata Kesha
DR Congo
taliSakata Kibai
DR Congo
taSakata Kutu
DR Congo
toNga (tonka); wE*sESake
Shake (Sake) is an undocumented and threatened Bantu language spoken in Gabon.
kinSakha
Sakha language also called Yakut language or Sakha-Tyla member of the Turkic subfamily (Turkic languages) of the Altaic language family, spoken in northeastern Siberia ( Sakha republic), in northeastern Russia.
CuxSakhalin Ainu
Sakhalin Ainu was an Ainu language, or perhaps several Ainu languages, spoken on the island of Sakhalin, now part of Russia.
suSamba Daga
()
auloSambal
sqw~3qw~3LSamish
The Samish are a Native American people who live in the U.S. state of Washington.
laSamoan
Samoan is the language of the Samoan Islands, comprising the Independent State of Samoa and the United States territory of American Samoa.
mosoSamo Matya
Samo (Sane, San, Sa) is a dialect cluster of Mande languages spoken in Burkina Faso.
ldamaSampur
(?)
ya7aiSan Carlos
W California, USA
lawSangil
Sangil is a language of Philippines. It is spoken in Mindanao, Balut and Sarangani islands.
3loSangir 2
SULAWESI
laSango
Sango (also spelled Sangho) is a creole language in the Central African Republic and the primary language spoken in the country.
nyaNguSangu (ycue naiao)
Sangu language may refer to: Sangu language (Gabon) of Gabon (also spelled Chango, Isangu, Shango, Yisangou, and Yisangu). Sangu language (Tanzania) of Tanzania (also spelled Eshisango, Kisangu, Rori, Sangu, Sango).
t3NaySapuan
Sapuan is a MonKhmer language spoken in the single village of Ban Sapuan, located approximately 40 km north of Attapeu (Laos).
kameSaraveka
Saraveca is an extinct Arawakan language once spoken in Bolivia by the Sarave.
umaSarawandori
?cue ianaeaiey ino?iaa e ainoieo io Iaioa Iiaay Aaeiay
aenetSatawalese
Satawalese is a language spoken on the island of Satawal, located in the Federated States of Micronesia.
nisikSause
???
suriSavi
Savi (also called Sau, Sauji, Sawi) is a Dardic language spoken in parts of Afghanistan.
kuliSavosavo
The Savosavo language is an endangered language spoken on Savo, a small volcanic island north of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands.
atelaNitSebop Kenyah
Borneo
syayqw~Sechelt
The Sechelt language is a Coast Salish language spoken by the Shishalh (Sechelt) people of southwestern British Columbia, Canada
sont~a Seeku
Seeku is a Mande language spoken by the Seemogo people of Burkina Faso.
uwaSegeju
The Segeju are an ethnic and linguistic group from Mkinga District, Tanga Region, Tanzania.
reraSekar
Sekar (Seka) is a minor Austronesian language of the north coast of the Bomberai Peninsula.
vyosaSekiyani
Equatorial Guinea, Gabon
kh~amSelice Romani
Indo-Aryan language of Slovakia
matZis(mat Tis)Semai
Semai is a MonKhmer language of western Malaysia spoken by about 44,000 Semai people.
mat yisSemelai is an Austroasiatic language spoken in the Malay Peninsula.
ua; juwaSena
Sena is a Bantu language spoken in the four provinces of central Mozambique (Zambezi valley): Tete, Sofala, Zambezia and Manica
EhkwSeneca
Seneca is the language of the Seneca people, one of the Six Nations of the Iroquois League; it is an Iroquoian language, spoken at the time of contact in the western portion of New York.
aneSengele Mbelo
Sengele is a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
8afuT8Senhaja De Srair
Senhaja de Srair ("Senhaja of Srair") is a Northern Berber language. It is spoken by the Sanhaja Berbers inhabiting the southern part of the Moroccan Rif.
8afuS8Senhayi
TanNaSenoufo Supyire
Supyire, or Suppire, is a Senufo language spoken in the Sikasso Region of southeastern Mali and in adjoining regions of Ivory Coast, where it is known as Shempire (Syenpire).
jaSenoufo Tagwana
Cote dIvoire.
can7aSenufo Cebaara
The Senufo or Senufic languages (Senoufo in French) has around 15 languages spoken by the Senufo in the north of Ivory Coast, the south of Mali and the southwest of Burkina Faso.
caNaSenufo Sicite
Mali
kh~am; murSSepecides Romani
seT nE; nc~eT nESerer Sine
Sinegal - Gambia (Africa)
di*Seraiki
Seraiki (Saraiki) is an Indo-Aryan language of the Lahnda (Western Punjabi) group, spoken in the south-western half of the province of Punjab in Pakistan.
diSettled Swat Gujari
Northern Pakistan
di*Transhumant Swat Gujari
Pakistan
de*Southern Azad Kashmir Gujari
Pakistan
de*Southern Hazara Gujari
Pakistan
dio*Southern Hazara Gujari
Pakistan
awESeze
Seze (or Sezo) is an Afro-Asiatic Omotic language, spoken in the western part of Ethiopia, near the town of Begi and just north of the Hozo-speaking community.
uaShambala
Shambala or Shambaa is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
Sund~iSharanahua
anou oacea (?)
fEtESharwa
Sharwa (also known as Tchevi, Sherwin, Sarwaye) is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Cameroon in Far North Province.
xoNShatt
The Shatt language is an Eastern Sudanic language of the Daju family spoken in the Shatt Hills (part of the Nuba Mountains) southwest of Kaduqli in South Kurdufan province in southern Sudan
keso8yShawnee
The Shawnee language is a Central Algonquian language spoken in parts of central and northeastern Oklahoma by the Shawnee people. It was originally spoken in Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania.
yumShehri
Shehri, also known as Jibbali, is a Modern South Arabian language. It is spoken by a small native population inhabiting the coastal towns and the mountains and wilderness areas upland from Salalah, located in the Dhofar Governorate in southwestern Oman.
c'iacSheko
(there is another Sheko language)
lipalSherbro
The Sherbro language (also known as Southern Bullom, Shiba, Amampa, Mampa, and Mampwa) is an endangered language of Sierra Leone.
CiaN (CEN)Shilluk
Shilluk is a Luo language spoken by the Shilluk people of South Sudan and Sudan.
awaShinassha
Also known as Shinasha and Boro. A North Omotic language spoken in western Ethiopia by the Shinasha people
m3r st3rg3Shinwari Pashto
The Shinwari is an ethnic Pashtun tribe of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
nia*guShira Bwali
Gabon (Africa)
a5EnShirumba
Sudan
iwaShiyeyi
(Yeyi) is a Bantu language spoken by Yeyi people along the Okavango River in Namibia and Botswana
xiugShom Peng
Shompen (Shom Peng) is a language, or languages, spoken on Great Nicobar Island in the Indian union territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Indian Ocean south of Burma.
tabiShoshoni
Shoshoni, also written as Shoshoni-Gosiute and Shoshone is a Numic language of the Uto-Aztecan family, spoken in the Western United States by the Shoshone people
NamShupamem
Cameroun (Africa)
skw~ekw~7esShuswap
North America
matam balalSimalur
Northwest Sumatra Barrier Islands
anorSindarin
Sindarin is an artificial language (or conlang) developed by J. R. R. Tolkien.
eoSindue Tawaili
Central Sulawesi
canSingpho
Singpho is a dialect of the Jingpho language spoken by the Singpho people of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.
kh~amSinti Romani
Sinte Romani is the variety of Romani spoken by the Sinti people in Germany, France, Austria, some parts of northern Italy and other adjacent regions.
kaTanSinyar
Shemya is the language of the Sinyar people. It is a Central Sudanic language spoken in Chad and formerly in Darfur, Sudan.
wiaSisaala Tumulung
Sisaala (Sissala) is a Gur language cluster spoken in Ghana near the town of Tumu and in the neighbouring republic of Burkina Faso.
cxayuSiuslaw
Siuslaw was the language of the Siuslaw people and Lower Umpqua (Kuitsh) people of Oregon. It is also known as Lower Umpqua; Upper Umpqua (or simply Umpqua) was an Athabaskan language.
so7oreSiviri Uaripi
tfuktSiwa Berber
The Siwi language (also known as Siwan or Siwa Berber, selfname: Jlan n Isiwan) is the easternmost Berber language, spoken in Egypt by an estimated 15,000 to 20,000[8] people in the oases of Siwa and Gara, near the Libyan border.
saSlavey
Slavey; (also Slave) is an Athabaskan language spoken among the Slavey and Sahtu people of Canada in the Northwest Territories
kh~amSofia Erli Romani
Bulgaria
dhubaSoga 2
Soga, or Lusoga, is a Bantu language spoken in Uganda.
asistaSogoo
Sogoo (also known as Ogiek Okiek or Akiek) is a Southern Nilotic language cluster of the Kalenjin family spoken or once spoken by the Ogiek peoples, scattered groups of hunter-gatherers in Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania.
pioSokoro
Sokoro is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in central Chad.
sifafaSolresol
Solresol is an artificial language
XaTX~edSomali 2
Somali is an Afroasiatic language belonging to the Cushitic branch. It is spoken as a mother tongue by Somalis in Greater Somalia and the Somali diaspora. Somali is an official language of Somalia, Somaliland, a national language in Djibouti, and a working language in the Somali Region of Ethiopia.
doa; dauaSomrai
Somrai (Sumrey), also known as Sibine (Shibne), is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in the southwestern Chadian prefectures of Tandjile and Lai.
tanguSonde Feshi
the Democratic Republic of the Congo
tenyaSonde Gisoondi
The South-West of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
tangwaSonde Kiluwa
The South-West of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
teni; tenaSonde Kyaanza
The South-West of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
sqw~3qw~3l'Songish
Canada, USA
wanSongkhla Thai
Songkhla is one of the southern provinces of Thailand.
SamSoqotri
Soqotri is a South Semitic language spoken by the Soqotri people on the island of Socotra and the two nearby islands of Abd al Kuri and Samhah, in the Socotra archipelago, off the southern coast of Yemen.
ty~aty~iSotho Northern
caciSotho Sud (South ?)
SamsSoukhne Syrian Arabic
a dialect of syrian arabic language
bodoSouth Andaman
miLiSouthern Akhvakh
the north-east group of Caucasian languages
linNaSouthern Aranda
Australia
5iEWujiao Baima
Baima is a language spoken by 10,000 Baima people, of Tibetan nationality, in north central Sichuan Province, and Gansu Province, China.
5iE; 5imaSouthern Baima
Baima is mainly divided into three dialect groups: Southern Baima (Pingwu Baima), Northern Baima (Wenxian ... In fact, the differences between Baima and Tibetan far exceeded those existing between the three main Tibetan dialects spoken within Chinese territory
sinSouthern Bobo Madare
Burkina Faso (west part), Africa.
kala7Southern Koma
The Koma language is a member of the Duru branch of Savanna languages of Cameroon.
laNg~aSouthern Ndebele
Southern Ndebele, also known as Transvaal Ndebele, isiNdebele, Ndebele, is an African language belonging to the Nguni group of Bantu languages, spoken by the Ndebele people of South Africa.
tavaSouthern Paiute
the Numic branch of the Uto-Aztecan family of Native American languages (USA).
qadlawSouthern Sorsogon
the Bicol Peninsula of Luzon Island in the Philippines.
bieyi3South Saami
Norway
sp'q'ni7Spokane
The Spokan or Spokane people are a Native American Plateau tribe who inhabited the eastern portion of the Washington state and parts of northern Idaho in the United States
sn3qmSquamish
Squamish is a Coast Salish language spoken by the Squamish people of southwestern British Columbia, Canada
kh~amSremski Gurbet Romani
Serbia
watuS Sierra Miwok
California, USA
zun3Stellingwerfs
Stellingwarfs is the form of Dutch Low Saxon spoken in Ooststellingwerf and Weststellingwerf in the Dutch province of Friesland, and also in Steenwijkerland in the Dutch province of Overijssel.
mes3Stodsde
the language of the people in central part of China
syoqw~3mStolo
the language of American Indians (British Columbia)
nd~avanSui
The Sui language is a TaiKadai language spoken by the Sui people of Guizhou province in China.
tangwaSuku
Suku is a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
subaSukwa
Dialect of Ndali language is spoken in the Misuku Hills of Malawi by fewer than 1000 people.
utuSumerian
Sumerian is the language of ancient Sumer and a language isolate that was spoken in southern Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq).
su7Suri Chai
the language of tribe in south Sudan
th~NaySurin
A dialect of the Northern Khmer language spoken in the Surin Province of Thailand
n3sSursurunga
Sursurunga is an Oceanic language of New Ireland.
nadSurui Do Rondonia
ycue ieaiaie ia caiaaa A?aceeee
th~oya*Suzhou Wu
Jiangsu Province, China
m3ZSvan
The Svan language is a Kartvelian language spoken in the western Georgian region of Svaneti primarily by the Svan people.
sonESwabian
Swabian is one of the dialect groups of Alemannic German that belong to the High German dialect continuum. It is spoken in Swabia, which covers much of the southwestern German state of Baden-Wurttemberg, including its capital, Stuttgart.
nw~3rSwabi Pashto
The nothern Pakistan
tuaSwahili Chirazi
South Kenya (Africa)
tuaSwahili Mvita
South Kenya (Africa)
dy~uwaSwahili Makunduchi
East Tanzania (Africa)
dy~uaSwahili Mwani
East Mozambique (Indian ocean coast)
yuwaSwahili Pate
East Kenya (Indian ocean coast)
dy~uwaSwahili Pemba
The North of the Mozambique coast of the Indian ocean, in the province of Kabu-Delgado, on a Peninsula going to the Pemba Bay
juaSwahili Sud
Tanzania (Indian ocean coast)
yuwaSwahili Tikuu
Kenia (Indian ocean coast)
TuaSwahili Vumba
Kenia (Indian ocean coast), near Tanzanian border
guwiNSydney
The Sydney Language, also referred to as Dharug or Iyora, is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language that was spoken in the region of Sydney, New South Wales.
obaTaabwa Rdc
Taabwa, or Rungu (Malungu), is a Bantu language of Congo and Zambia
subaTaabwa
Taabwa Zambie is a Bantu language of Zambia
egnimilo; hebutTaensa
The Taensa language was the Natchez language-variant spoken by the Taensa people originally of northeastern Louisiana
7aldawTagbanua Aborlan
Aborlan Tagbanwa is spoken on Palawan Island in the Philippines.
ri (li)Tagbu
Tagbo (Tagbu, Tagba) is a Ubangian language of Democratic Republic of the Congo.
yanTagoi
The Tagoi language is a Kordofanian language, closely related to Tegali, spoken near the town of Rashad in southern Kordofan in Sudan
bE*Takelma
Takelma /t??k?lm?/ was the language spoken by the Latgawa and Takelma people and Cow Creek band of Upper Umpqua. Southwestern Oregon (USA)
sana Talinga
Talinga or Bwisi is a language spoken in the UgandaCongo border region. It is called Talinga (Kitalinga) in DRC and Bwisi (Lubwisi, Olubwisi) in Uganda.
na7Palor 2
yedjiiMenda
Menda's language of origin is Sanskrit. Menda is a variant of Mendi (Basque). Menda is also a variant of Minda (English).
k3yom; yomJaphug Rgyalrong
???
hiwioTureture
Tura (Toura) is a Mande language of Ivory Coast. Dialects are Nao, Boo, Yiligele, Gweo, Waadu, Guse.
bakoNgombe Car
?
pat Nge
the Andaman Islands, India (???)
anʌ:zaKare
Kare (Kareng) is an Mbum language of the Central African Republic .
fEtKosraean
Kosraean, sometimes rendered Kusaiean, is the language spoken on the islands of Kosrae (Kusaie), Caroline Islands, and Nauru ().
paleNKisi ( )
???
sa; djiin naaghai; shaaKato ( )
???
barKui
not in India
kw~ikayCapishana
???
suredlGherdeina
the local name of Ladin language?
suuTicinese
(ticines) is a comprehensive denomination for the varieties of the Lombard language spoken in Canton Ticino (Tessin) and in the north of the Province of Varese.
ebsinVisina
?
poreaciriMachiguenga
,
Sund~i; fari onicoin
???
veaMangalasi
the placement is not found
suakDangal
-
kEN (kεŋ)Male
Male language is the name of two unrelated languages: Male language (Ethiopia), an Omotic language spoken in southern Ethiopia; and. Male language (Papua New Guinea), a Madang language. Male dialect of Maldivian.
pusChip
?
toauMokilese
Mokilese also known as Mwoakilloan, Mwokilese, or Mwoakilese is a Micronesian language originally spoken on Mwoakilloa, Federated States of Micronesia
ini; xowaʔa; εbεxaDoriri
???
nwiniga; windigaMooré
???
nonTabi
eastern Sudan ( - Gaam) Papua (Indonesia), Tabla.
k"in; lah C"utatlak t'anTila
areProto-HEC
???
ta.1' van.2Yuanxin Hongjin Dai
???
bvun; malaN; mubanaDinga
not found yet (?)
payaKada
?? (Kada a.k.a. Kadar Language: Kadar is a Dravidian language of Kerala and Tamil Nadu that is closely related to Malayalam)
sbabo; kadaBongo
Indonesia
daykunDjambarpuyngu
not found yet
wotaSamo-1
???
serDamia-basa
not found yet
3rh~oRor
not found yet
sinSya
The language is not found
ranSegemuk
The language is not found
kantueN; kantuen; we*n; we*nbiriBuli
1)A Gur language spoken in Ghana; 2) A Gbaya language of CAR; see Biyanda language. 3) A South Halmahera language spoken in Indonesia.
bel; siNiRemo
1) language of Peru, also known as Sakuya, Sacuya, Kukuini, or Cucuini, an extinct Panoan language of South America 2) - Bonda language (or Remo), an Austro-Asiatic language spoken by the Bonda people of India
agb~ala; urauBasan
not found
yo; yo cenam; yoeJas
not found yet
jipes**; muciGoukou
not found yet
niHaka
???
enoka**Kyama
Ebrie, or Cama (Caman, Kyama, Tchaman, Tsama, Tyama), is spoken in Ivory Coast and Ghana.
riXLate Egyptian
???
rXMiddle Egyptian
???
pega-nubrena:ME Tasman
Australia & Oceania ???
dw~3bKol
??? Papua New Guinea - (Cameroon), a Niger-Congo language of the Bantu family
sawule saozneg
???
sluncecestina
???
slonecko; slonkohanacke
?
swe:ribsren d jlbe
???
yoniFas
Australia & Oceania ???
lesa; lesGidole
???
cendi Bor
South Sudan ??? or ?
gubu7Azera
???
bugua7; gubu7Yaros
Yaros is an island in the east of Slaver's Bay. To the northeast is Yunkai and to the south Astapor, both on the mainland. (???) ,
wasa**Samo
or Burkina naither New Guinea ???.
gejiEgbeachuk
???
dadiAka
Nothern Great Andamanese extinct language (Indo-Pasific language group) ???
cha; ʃaHua
???
kuxeo n373banametejeminaa (??)
???
(malkh)
-
(?)
galhora; natySlijuala xanuk
not found yet
musak; musapoCholona
not found yet
eSeheTsetsehestaestse
Cheyenne ?
???Ongota
-
???Liki
Indonesia
???Dagaare
Spoken in Burkina Faso and Ghana. (Gur; Niger-Congo; Africa)




Last update 21.05.2018

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The languages of the aborigenes of America data received mainly from the website http://www.native-languages.org/
The languages of the Austronesian family data received from the website Blust's Austronesian Comparative Dictionary mainly http://www.trussel2.com/acd/acd-l_b.htm
I have also used the database of The World Atlas of Language Structures (WALS) http://wals.info/;
http://www.martindalecenter.com
and - freelang.net
and the dictionaries at website http://www.freelang.net

Some data was provided by Prof. Ion Carstoiu (Romania). In his turn he used the data of Mr Dirk Ross (Japan). The data are marked by (*) and they are not checked yet.

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